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Catawba College 



2300 West Innes Street 
Salisbury, North Carolina 28144 

1985 

CATAWBA COLLEGE LIBRARY 

, Kortti Carolina 28144 



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store for me. 

A solemn man, 

a mere instrument of Mis grace 

has left small treasures 

in this world, 

that through the love of 

Qod he had sown 

for the next man to 

carry on. 

Dr. West was a man 

whose colleagues, students, 

and friends grew to love. 

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Me was a child of Qod. 

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life, in hopes that all 

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1985, BEGINNING 
TO END 



The school year 1984-1985 began with confusion as most 
years do. Where do I register?, where is my room?, and who 
will be my roommate?, are questions asked at the beginning 
of every school year. Then, as time passes and schedules 
become routine the true business of the year begins. Clubs, 
Organizations, and athletic teams recruit and assemble in- 
terested members to start the year fresh with enthusiasm. 
For some the results are astonishing, like our soccer team, 
most are great improvements, as in the football team, and 
still others look forward to a better year, next year. As you 
read on and reminisce about 1985, remember that no at- 
tempts by any student at Catawba were made in vain be- 
cause no matter the outcome of the event, a priceless 
memory was successfully created. 




pic 1 When classes begin the walk to the Library becomes familiar 

pic 2 The chapel before opening Convocation. 

pic 3 1984T985 homecoming crowd 

pic 4 The soccer team started the year off right, winning! 

pic 5 New sign erected in 1985 

pic 6 Jeff Morris speaks to a passing friend before class 

pic 7 a group of students take a break before classes 

pic 8 Dedicated Catawba fan 




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pic 1 Chris Moore, Director of student life, referees an intramural game. 
pic 2 Jim Martin speaks to the North Carolina Student Legislature. 
pic 3 Dorcus Thomasek participates in the Salisbury, Historic tour. ^ 
pic 4 Jerry Peterson from channel 9 interviews Paula Wilson. 



HOMECOMING 
1984-1985 

OOR QUEEN IS 
CROWNED 



Homecoming remains a proud tradition of Catawba Col- 
lege. Each year the Catawba community of past and present 
gathers together to exchange smiles born of the Catawba 
College experience. This year, the festivities abounded on 
campus. Woodson hall captured first place in the decorating 
contest with a spirited display covering the outside of all four 
floors. A colorful group of Catawba women graced the foot- 
ball field in representation of a proud student body and the 
new Queen was crowned to be the good-will ambassador of 
Catawba College. A well attended alumni dance sparkled in 
the Crystal Lounge and, as usual, the College (Jnion Board 
sponsored a delightful homecoming dance for the present 
student body. 




pic 1 Our newly crowned Queen Kymn Davidson. 

pic 2 The Catawba ROTC opened the homecoming ceremonies. 

pic .3 The 1984-1985 Homecoming Court: Kymn Davidson, Pattie JueDevine, 

Jackie Flanner, Sherrie Sherrell, Lori Kates, Jackie Steel, Winona Gregory, 

Dewanna Thomas, Gina Gentile, Wendy Strang, Susie Sowers, Elaine Shirey, 

Sherrell Murray, Jennifer Smith, Doncas Thomasek, Patty Mayall, Kelly Au- 

ten, Chris Kincaid. 




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CATAWBA FANS 
JOIN THE FGN 




pic 2 Tori Bums tosses mini foot- 
balls to the fans at halftime. 
pic 3 President Wurster congratu- 
lates the new queen, Kymn David- 
son with a kiss. 

pic 4 The Catawba Jazz Band pro- 
vided music for the occasion 



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ABC CHANNEL 9 VISITS 
CATAWBA 

Jerry Peterson a reporter from channel 9 came to put the 
opinions of Catawba students on the evening news. Approxi- 
mately 40 students greeted Jerry eager to be on camera. 
Many were as happy to be off camera as on. Jerry's visit 
was new and exciting, his jokes were entertaining, and the 
whole of Catawba was proud to see their fellow students on 
the evening news. 
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pic 1 Kelly Phifer prepares to answer a question before the camera. 

pic 2 Kelly breaths a laugh of relief with Jerry after the camera is cut off. 

pic 3 Bill Zolper lends his words of wisdom for the evening news. 

pic 4 Beth Vazzana takes a serious stand on the issues. 

pic 5 Jerry Peterson in his native form. 



INTRAMGRALS ARE FOR ANYONE 



FIRST ANNUAL MUD BOWL 

The Mud Bowl was for the top men's and women's 
teams to compete for the Intramural title. This 
event was invented by Chris Moore who also played 
referee for the bowl game. Spectators and athletes 
equally enjoyed this year's game and hope to make 
it a part of Catawba tradition. 




pic 1 In the Mud Bowl more than just football was played! 

pic 2 Fourth floor Woodson team plans strategy in their huddle. 

pic 3 Offense and Defense meet. 

pic 4 Dee Williams holds for the North Hall team kick off. 

pic 5 Chris Moore cleans himself up after the game. 



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Catawba College's delegation of the 
North Carolina Student Legislature 
helped Catawba students become in- 
volved in this years election when they 
invited both candidates for governor of 
North Carolina, Rufus Edmisten (D) and 
Jim Martin (R), to speak at Catawba. 
Although Mr. Edmisten had to decline, 
Mr. Martin was able to speak at Cataw- 
ba. There was a short speech by Mr. 
Martin and then the floor was opened 
for questions. After the questions there 
was a reception in the Crystal Lounge 
where the students and members of the 
community who came to the forum 
could meet and speak to Mr. Martin. 




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The old bell tower provides good shelter from flying snowballs 



SNOW 




Even snow couldn't halt the normal routine. 



Some Midnight Fun!! 



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SUGAR CREEK, LIVE! 




Sugar Creek, a band from Charlotte, came to 
rock Catawba's gym compliments of the Ath- 
letic Department. Over 800 students and 
members of the community came to see the 
band. They had recently premiered on Star 
Search and won. Anyone attending the con- 
cert had an opportunity to purchase Sugar 
Creek paraphernalia to remember the concert 
by. 




FUND BUSTERS 



This year's Telethon workers were dubbed the name "fund busters". 
Working a telethon is not generally known as an exciting job, but give the 
right people any job can be fun. Many of this years telethon workers were 
the kind of people who can add enough excitement to make the long hours 
seem short and for Catawba it really paid off. 

pic 5 Denise Henson enjoying his work 

pic 6 Jim Cortez. and Bill Schmidt hard at work 




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AIR BANDS COME ALIVE AT 
CATAWBA 



Periodically throughout the year various campus organizations will 

sponsor an air band contest. Prizes are awarded to the top three bands 

chosen by the audience and a panel of judges. The contests are usually 

held in the gym lobby and provide an entertaining opportunity for the 

campus to come together for organized fun. Students enter the contest 

and imitate their favorite rock stars while attempting to lip-sync their 

stars' songs. They also enter the contest for the fun and prize money! 



Pic 1 — Todd Coleman and home-made quitar sweatout the competition. 

Pic 2 & 3 — Kenny Scarf and band exhibit their musical creativity. 

Pic 4 — Beth Russell stands before the audience and sings. 



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133rd ANNIVERSARY 





FOUNDERS DAY 
CELEBRATION 

Catawba remembers the date, purpose, and indivi- 
duals involved in its founding and growth with an 
annual observance of Founders Day. This occasion is 
a time for students, faculty, staff, and trustees to 
honor the people who set out to begin the college, to 
recall the distinguished leaders who have served the 
school, and to re-claim the visions of what Catawba 
College can do. 

On December 3, 1984, Catawba observed the 133rd 
year of its founding with a formal convocation. Mr. J. 
Fred Corriher, Jr. Chairman of the Board of Trustees 
and Catawba alumnus, was the featured speaker. Mr. 
Corriher was awarded an honorary degree for his ser- 
vice in many humanitarian concerns, including service 
to education and various community interest. 

Founders Day is always a colorful and distinguished 
celebration. All faculty, staff, administrators, and 
guests dress in their respective hoods and gowns to 
celebrate the anniversary of this fine institution of 
higher education. 



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MAY DAY AT MAYFEST 

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QUEEN 



The Catawba College Spring celebra- 
tion, May Day, was held at City Park. 
This was the first time that the annual 
doings were not held on campus. 

Having festivities in the park allowed 
a much larger crowd to enjoy the May 
pole dance and the crowning of our 
"Spring Queen". 

Patty Mayall (right) was crowned May 
Queen and her court (below) danced 
around the May pole in honor of the new 
season upon us. 




THE 1985 COURT: 

Kymn Davidson 
Lori Kates 
Kelly Nikaji 
Dorcas Tomasek 
Susan Saintsing 
Sherry Sherrell 
Kim Lemmons 
Kelly Alton 
Tori Burris 
Vee Ervin 
Helen Shirey 
Heather Mclntyr 
Patti Hall 



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-* COMMENCEMENT 1985 



Graduation, as always, is a time of 
formal recognition of an individuals' ac- 
complishments. It is a time of personal 
and family pride. A time of endings and 
a time for beginnings. 

Tears of joy and relief were shed 
after Sunday's ceremonies along with 
those shed as roommates loaded up 
their things and bid fairwell to one an- 
other. 

It was a weekend full of graduation 
celebrations and ceremonies from Fri- 
day, May 10th, to Sunday, May 12th. 
The Senior class dinner, hosted by 
President and Mrs. Wurster, started off 
the festivities. The Seniors and their 
families had a reception on Saturday 
night and then came the big day, Sun- 
day. The Rev. Carroll E. Kann gave the 
sermon at Baccalaureate in the morn- 
ing and Dean E. Smith, head basketball 
coach — CINC-Chapel Hill, spoke at the 
commencement exercises that after- 
noon. 

CONGRATULATIONS 
GRADUATES 





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pic 1. The choir led by Mr. Jimison. 

pic 2. Dean Smith remarks about goals in life. 

pic 3. President Wurster begins the ceremonies. 

pic 4. A very happy grad gives a hearty handshake to 

President Wurster. 



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GLAD GRADUATES 



AFTER THE 
CEREMONY! 




pic 1. Letzen Olga expresses her joy. 
pic . John McCubbins takes off his hat! 



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Pic 3. Rich Landis holds on tight. 

Pic 3. Cecile "Petal" Strudwick smiles with relief! 



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DR. STEPHEN H. WURSTER 

President of Catawba College 




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Dr. Robert E. Knott, Provost and Dean of the College 



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James A. Nesbitt, Dean of Admissions 





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David E. Setzer, Executive Assistant to the President and Academic Services 
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ADMISSIONS 
STAFF 

Sitting (I. to r.) Mark Stokes, 
Gina Berini, Jim Nesbitt 
Standing (1. to r.) Leigh 
McBride, Melody Hines, 
Herb Arnold, Kay Mitzen, 
Laura Smith, Frances Ad- 
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Pete Stout — Head Football Coach, David Wood — Head Track and Assistant Football 
Coach, Bill Mauldin — Assistant Football Coach, Ron Raper — Head Baseball and Assistant 
Football Coach, Derek Latham — Assistant Football Coach, Charles Little — Head Golf and 
Assistant Football Coach. 

Athletic Department 



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BUSINESS 



OFFICE 

1. Shirley Rhinehart 

2. Sandy Erik 3. Me- 
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Annie Bates 



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Dr. Jayme Kaniss (I.) and Mrs. 
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CAMPUS MINISTRY 



Dr. Bob Lowdermilk, Campus Minister 



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DEAN 

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Dr. Karen Rawling, Director of 
Research and International 
Studies (I.) and Bo Beaver, Sec- 
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DEPARTMENTAL 
SECRETARIES 

1. Gayle Gray (I.) and Cathy Goodnight (r.), 
Secretaries to the School of Performing Arts 2. 
Nancy Trexler, Secretary to the School of Business 
3. Sandra Roseman, Secretary to the Office of 
Education Services. 4. Debbie Teague, Secretary to 
the Divisions of Humanities and General Studies 



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DEVELOPMENT OFFICE 




1. Dennis Davidson, 
Director of Public 
Information 2. Dorothy 
Earle — Admin. Assistant 
to the Vice-President for 
Development, Sandra 
Brown — Secretary to the 
Chiefs Club, Susan Agner 
— Secretary to the 
Development Office 3. 
Carol Dorsett, Admin. 
Assistant for Enrollment 
Services 4. Harvey 
Stratton, Assistant Vice- 
President for Development 
5. Carolyn Peeler, Director 
of Gift Records 6. Sue 
Stebbins, Director of 
Alumni and Parent 
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FINANCE AND BUDGET 



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FINANCE AND BUDGET 



1. Delia Cartner 

2. Evelyn Lowman 

3. Eleanor Ijames 

4. Patricia Powlas 




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HEALTH 
CENTER 



Bonnie Hill (I.), College Nurse, and Min- 
nie A. McCachren (r.), Director of the 
Student Health Center 




PLANNING AND 

ACADEMIC 

SERVICES 

1. Louise Tucker, Assistant to the Vice- 
President for Planning and Academic 
Services 2. Frankie Jackson, Assistant 
to the Vice-President for Planning and 
Academic Services 3. Brenda Mcintosh, 
Admin. Assistant to the Vice-President 
for Planning and Academic Services 




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LIBRARY 
ADMINISTRATION 

1. Jacquelyn Sims, Instructor in Library Sci- 
ence 2. Betty Sell, Professor of Library Sci- 
ence 3. Ruby McSwain and Erline Campbell, 
Library Technical Assistants; Hilda Foreman, 
Library Technical Associate; and Margaret 
Cartner, Library Technical Assistant ( left to 
right) 4. Dixie M. Scott, Head of Library Ser- 
vices 5. Evelina Tseng, Assistant Professor in 
Library Science 



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PRESIDENTS 
OFFICE 

1. Linda Hamilton, Secretary 2. Eloise 
Peeler, Administrative Assistant 3. Oliver G. 
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Assistant to the Registrar 3. Oneida H. 
Lloyd, Assistant Registrar 

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STUDENT CENTER 

1. Margarita O'Brien, Dean of Students 2. 

Carolyn Stratton, Secretary to to the Office of 

Student Development 3. Melinda Means (I.) and 

Chester Robinson (r.), Area Coordinators for 

Residence Life 4. Christopher Moore, Director of 

Student Activities and Intramural Sports 5. Bill 

McDonald, Director of Residence Life. 





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BIOLOGY 



1. Dr. Daniel E. Kirk 2. Dr. Jay Buxton 3. Anne G. Dunn 4. 
Dr. Michael Baranski 



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CHEMISTRY 



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COMMERCE 

1. Mr. Roy Derting, Associate Pro- 
fessor of Business 2. Tony R. 
Bradshaw, Assistant Professor of 
Accounting 3. S.C. Tseng, Profes- 
sor of Business and Economics 4. 
Pedro Moscoso (I.), Visiting Lec- 
turer in Business, and Dr. Joe 
Barnes (r.), Director of the School 
of Business 5. Thomas Bonebrake 
(I.), Assistant Professor of Com- 
merce and Assistant Basketball 
Coach, and J. Alvin Carter (r.), As- 
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1, Curtis Montgomery, 
Assistant Dean of Educa- 
tional Services 2. Dr. So- 
phie Fischel, Professor of 
Education 3. Dr. Shirley 
Ritchie, Associate Profes- 
sor of Education 4. Dr. 
William Palmer, Profes- 
sor of Education 5. Dr. 
John Hough, Professor of 
Education 6. Lou W. Ka- 
sias, Assistant Professor 
of Education 



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FOREIGN 
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1. Dr. Richard Reitz 2. Dr. Johnny Young 3 
Dr. Hans Roemer 4. Mrs. Patsy Reynolds 5 
Dr. Andy Vance 




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HISTORY 




1. Mr. Ronald Hall 2. Dr. Bruce Griffith 





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1. Dr. Robert Carlton 2. William E. 
Gibbons 3. Dr. Paul Baker 4. Jack 
Keeter 5. Dr. William Carpenter 



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1. Dr. W. LeGare Mcintosh 2. 
Renee McCachren 3. Jeffery Hal. 
Jimison 4. Elizabeth Carlton 5. Dr. 
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PHYSICAL EDUCATION 



(Left to right) Dr. Patricia Whitley, 
Professor of Physical Education and 
Recreation; Jodi Manning, Instructor 
in Physical Education and Recrea- 
tion; Arlene Schenk, Secretary to the 
Director of Athletics and Division of 
Physical Education and Recreation; 
Nan Whitley, Field Hockey and Soft- 
ball Coach 



(Left to right) Dr. Alan Pat- 
terson, Professor of Physical 
Education and Recreation; 
Dr. Frank Meyer, Professor 
of Physical Education and 
Recreation; Mr. Ralph Wa- 
ger, Assistant Professor and 
Soccer Coach; Sam Moir, 
Head Basketball Coach; 
Ricky Lee Proctor, Instruc- 
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POLITICAL SCIENCE 

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Dr. 

Sanford 
Silverburg 
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Dr. Jayme 
Kaniss (r.) 




1. Dr. Donna Starling 2. Dr. Albert Roberts 3. Dr. Lounell 
Mullis 4. Dr. Maynard Rich 



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RELIGION 



Rev. John Wilkerson 






Dr. Kenneth Sell — Sociology 



Ms. Dee Dee Joyce — Anthropology 




Dr. Robert Hartsell 



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SOCIAL WORK 



Ms. Sherry Free 




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1. Reid B. Leonard, Jr., Instructor 2. Robert Weidner (I.), 
Director of the College-Community Centre, and Richard Sea- 
gle (r.), Event Coordinator and House Technician of the Col- 
lege-Community Centre 3. Dayna Anderson, Assistant Profes- 
sor 4. Dr. Hoyt McCachren, Professor and Dr. James Parker, 
Associate Professor 5. James Eddy, Assistant Professor and 
Technician 

THEATRE ARTS 





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John Thomason, Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds 




Glenna Bell, Snack Bar Administration 



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Bill Schmidt is WNDN's Most Valuable staff 
Member for the second year in a row. 



Dr. Hales accepts the Teacher of the Year 
Award from Bill Zolper and Dr. Knott. 



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AWARD WINNERS 

Students of the Year: Benji Hamm and Doris Hepler 

Teacher of the Year: Dr. Karl Hales 

Staff Member of the Year: Chris Moore 

Intramural Athletes of the Year: Robert Hales and Brian Mays 

Whitener Award: Lori Ann Bowen and Ed Fowler 

Outstanding Day Student: Sandra Costantino 

Mr. and Ms. Wantu-Wanzuri: Sylvia Stephens and Ivan Smith 

Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award: Dr. Bob Lowdermilk & Jeff Coulter 

Phi Epsilon Award: Dr. Jayme Kaniss 

Catawba College Trustee Award: Mrs. Shirley Rhinehart 

Swink Award: Dr. Pat Whitley 

Olive and Raymond Jenkins Scholarship: Ron Riddle 

J. Calvin Koontz Poetry Prize: Laura Ashley and Quelly Turney 

Rebecca Frantz Essay Prize: John Grimes 

Betty Anne Stanback Scholarship: Robert Perch and Jason Scott 

Kiwanis Scholarship: Brad and Benji Hamm 

Jack Kelly Memorial Scholarship: Kerry Scharf 

SGA Legislature Award: Tinker Shirey 

Carlton C. Rice Award: Teddy Morris 

Dearborn Memorial Scholarship: Patrick Orndorff 

Student Education Association Award: Doris Hepler 

Chemistry Prize: Kerry Scharf 

Religion Award: Doris Hepler 

Millard Wilson Award: Jamie Morris 

E.M. Beaver Scholarship: Ann Margaret Wilson and Laura Wiggins 

Sherill and Smith Award: Marcia Lefler 

Bruce A. Wentz Philosophy Award: George Robertson 

Civitan-Nelson Haden Music Scholarship: Sarah Granger 

Ingle Medal: Lynda Folmar 

Most Improved Bandsman Award: Connie Coley 

John Phillip Sousa Award: James Smith 

Outstanding Choir Member: Lynda Folmar 

Reverend James Patterson Award: Deidre Adams 

Sayakini Editor Award: Deidre Adams 

Pioneer Editor Award: Brad Hamm and Sandra Costantino 

PE Majors Club Award: Lori Anne Bowman 

SGA President's Award: Ralph Shipley 




Bill Zolper and Norman Ingle present the Ingle Medal to 
Lynda Folmar who is the recipient for the second time in a 
row. 




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Students "sing" their hearts out for the 
cash prize in SQA's air band contest, (right) 




Ralph Shipley is the student body president. 



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Becky Dent, Carolyn Ward, Tinker Shiry, and Kymn David- 
son discuss plans for the new year at a meeting in the 
cafeteria. 

Dr. Jayme Kaniss is co-advisor to the student council with 
Dr. Bob Lowdermilk. (right) 




STUDENT 
GOVERNMENT 
ASSOCIATION 



Student parties, student directories, com- 
munity help projects, and open forums in 
the back room of the cafeteria were on the 
agenda for the Student Government Associ- 
ation. The council branched out to include 
the new Residence Life Association and the 



Media Board. SGA members played a game 
of musical offices in the student center as 
the Catawba Union Board Chairman and me- 
dia editors shuffled to make room for the 
new positions. 




The SGA Grand Council is Beth Vazanna, Kymn Davidson, Bob Connaly, Bi 
Shipley, Tinker Shirey, Dr. Jayme Kaniss, and Keith Chalmers. 



Zolper, Jill Ridenhour, Ralph 



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Media Board members are Deidre Adams, 

Sayakini editor: Kymn Davidson, chairman; 

Benji Hamm, WNDN station manager; Laura 

Ashley, Arrowhead editor; and Brad Hamm, 

Pioneer editor. 

Mark File, assistant editor to the Pioneer, and 

his advisor, Janice Fuller, read over 

applications for the media editorships. 




MEDIA BOARD 
STUDENT COURT 



The Media Board became part of SGA this 
year when the student council added to posi- 
tion of Media Board Chairman to its roster. 
The media editors, their advisors, and repre- 
sentatives from each class met throughout 
the year to discuss progress, change, and 
problems within the radio station and school 



publications. 

Beth Vazanna met with her own staff of 
appointed representatives to consider and 
resolve conflicts in the daily life of the col- 
lege. As Chief Justice of the college court, 
Beth heard and sentenced cases ranging 
from parking violations to brawls and theft. 






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tha Morehead, Trip Buckenmaier, and Sue 
Walker are members of Beth Vazanna's 
court. 

Nancy Sheets and Bob Weidner listen to 
editors' reports in a media board meeting. 




Dewanna Thomas represents the radio 
station and the junior class on the Media 
Board. 



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Dr. Gerald Honaker's voice can be heard 

signing WNDN off the air each night at 

11:00 pm. Dr. Honaker is the station's 

manager and advisor. 



RADIO TRIES NEW 
SCHEDULE 



"If it's Tuesday, it must be classified!" 
jokes Margaret James about her evening 
show on WNDN-FM. The station adopted a 
seven-day format that offered classical, gos- 
pel, country-western, rock, ethnic, middle-of- 
the-road, and top forty music on different 



days of the week. The new program was 
part of an expansion plan that also included 
increasing the station's transmission power 
and updating the equipment in the control 
room. 




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Bill Schmidt checks over the DJ's schedule before 

going on the air. 

Jim Martin and June Tsaruta choose music for their 

show. 





Mike Smith is the wacky air personality 
Billy Bob on the country-western night at 
WNDN. 

Jeanne Caussin and Dewanna Thomas put 
together the news in Studio B. 




YEAR BRINGS CHANGE FOR 
PIONEER 



Change was the key word for the campus 
newspaper this year. Brad Hamm's Pioneer 
bustled to life with a fresh new feature-ori- 
ented format, a new advisor, and putting out 
5 issues before the end of first semester. The 
new four-column layout and top quality writ- 
ing combined to produce the most profes- 
sional newspaper that Catawba has ever 
seen. 



Sandra Costantino became editor in Janu- 
ary when Brad resigned after 21 months in 
the position. Mark File replaced Laura Ash- 
ley as associate editor, and The Pioneer 
went through plastic surgery once again. 
Bold Roman type, unlimited creativity, and 
humor highlighted the 3 second semester 
issues touted by an enthusiastic staff as 
"The ALL-NEW Pioneer!" 





Pioneer writers and photographers meet every 
Monday night to discuss story ideas and eat Krispy 
Kreme doughnuts. 

Mark File checks his film before he begins 
shooting candids during freshman orientation. 




Brad Hamm and Laura Ashley talk over 
Brad's plans for an upcoming issue of the 
newspaper. 



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ARROWHEAD: 

"A" IS FOR ACTIOM 




Editor Laura Ashley is responsible for The 
Arrowhead's new look. 



"The A stands for action," Arrowhead 
publicity chairmen Pat Ashley and Dewanne 
Thomas joined to say. Action it was, begin- 
ning in the summer when the graphics crew 
went to work on the magazine's sleek new 
8'/2xll format. In the fall, assistant editor 
Sherrie Sisk helped local novelist Frederick 
Young hawk copies of his latest book at 
homecoming's alumni art show/autograph 
signing while other staff members hosted a 



reading by North Carolina poets Stephen E. 
Smith and Emily Wilson. Brooks Robertson 
got the Arrowhead's literary arts contest un- 
derway, and Pudgie's Pizza treated the win- 
ners to free pizzas. The magazine placed in 
the finals of a national contest for collegiate 
arts magazines, and the staff's Cat-CI Men 
and Women calendars made headlines in 
The Salisbury Post. 




Brooks Robertson gives a thumbs-up to show her approv- 
al of submissions selected for the next issue. 

Dewanna Thomas announces magazine deadlines on 

WMDM. 



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Dr. Charles Turney is The Arrowhead's literary 
consultant. He serves as co-advisor with Mr. Bob 
Weidner. 





June Tsaruta, Jim Martin, and Pat Ashley stand in line 
for calendars to sell in the student center. 

Arrowhead staff members enjoy the art of alumnus Sarah 
Tutterod with other Catawba graduates at the homecom- 
ing exhibit in Keppel Auditorium. 



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pic. 1. Ad Editor Sandra Constantino and 

Assistant Editor Laura Ashley go over 

notes before a meeting. 

pic 2. Bob Mazzoni working and eating at 

one of the staff party/workshops. 

pic 3. Jostens' representative Bill Hall and 

Editor Deidre Adams go over the Spec's. 



SAYAK1NI 

ALL NEW & 
IMPROVING 

The SAYAKINI starf works to combine journalism, graphic design, and photography into 
an accurate record of the academic year. To be part of such a staff takes time, talent, 
dedication, responsibility, patience, and the ability to work under pressure. The rewards for 
participating in a project of this manner are a little fun, new knowledge, and having your 
work published in a lasting volume of college history. 

The SAYAKINI received a new look in 1985. Among the changes Jostens is now the 
publisher and the book will be delivered in the summer to allow the staff to include both 
spring sports and graduation '85. Also for the first time, the SAYAKINI staff worked year- 
round on the book. The only problems encountered with the changes were a lack of pictures 
and patience. All in all, everyone who worked on the book is proud of their accomplish- 
ments. 





pic 1. front — Mike Williams, Kim Cornwell. 
Mary Dooley, Dewanna Thomas, Deidre 
Adams, Bob Mazzoni. back — Matt Grander, 
Sandra Constantino, Mark File. 
pic 3. Editor Deidre Adams shows Mark File 
how to crop pictures. 




pic 2. Bill Hall checks the "blue prints" of the 



pages sent in 



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Jeff Hamley is the assistant area II 
coordinator as well as RLA president. 



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NEW ORGANIZATION 

PROMOTES FEELING 

OF FAMILY 



Residence Life became part of SGA this 
year with the formation of the Residence 
Life Association. RLA worked closely with 
the Dean of Students, the area coordinators, 
and the resident assistants to promote a feel- 
ing of family in the dormitories. Activity 



began during the summer when RLA wom- 
en's vice-president organized the Big Sister- 
/ Little Sister program for girls and president 
Jeff Hamley readied campus refrigerators 
for rental in the fall. 




RLA officers are Debbie Smith, secretary; 
Benji Hamm, vice president; Jeff Hamley, 
president; Patti JeuDevine, vice president; and 
Mike Williams, treasurer. 

RA's board the van on their way to join the 
residence life staff of Wingate College for a 
day of fun and training. 




Melanie Earle can't wait to meet her upperclass "Big Sister 
for the group's sundae party in the cafeteria. 



"Togetherness" is what being an RA is all 
about. 

Kelly Reeves and Cyndi Erikson compare 
notes on their RA applications. 




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Phi Epsilon members are Benji Hamm, 

president; Dewanna Thomas, Jim Bradley, 

Kymn Davidson, Kelly Jackson, Sissy 

Daughtery, Lori Bowen, Sherry Buckner, 

Jeff Coulter, Wnona Gregory, and Brad 

Hamm. 



Past president Anne Briggs addresses the members of 
Kappa Delta Pi at their Spring banquet. 



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HONOR SOCIETIES 



Thirty juniors and seniors were initiated 
into Phi Epsilon, Catawba's most elite hon- 
or society, during a candlelight ceremony 
in the Spring. Members were chosen for 
scholarship, character, leadership, and ser- 
vice to the school and community. Those 



students possessing academic grade point 
averages of 3.7 or higher became members 
of Alpha Chi. A second organization, 
Kappa Delta Pi, honored faculty, communi- 
ty members, and student educators. 





Alpha Chi president Doris Hepler shares a laugh with presi- 
dent Wurster at an evening get-to-gether for honors students. 




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North Carolina '84 Teacher of the Year Jean 
Powell is the guest speaker for Kappa Delta 
Pi's initiation ceremonies. 



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TOCIR GROUPS WELCOME MEW 
STUDENTS 



Smiling Catawba Guides met prospective 
students and campus visitors at the bus sta- 
tion, treated them to doughnuts and coffee 
in the admissions office, toured them 
through the campus, and hosted them over- 
night in their own dorm rooms. During time 
between tours, the Guides manned the com- 
puter terminals in admissions and ran er- 



rands for Herb Arnold and Gina Berini. 

A second tour group made up of only 
girls, the Li'l Chiefs, took care of prospec- 
tive football players. Sponsored by the foot- 
ball coaches, the Li'l Chiefs made a poster 
for recruiting new athletes and manned the 
concession stand during basketball season. 



Jill Ridenhour is the president of the Li'l 

Chiefs. 



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Standing — Angie Scalies. Rick Anderson, Ralph Shipley, Jon Hamley, Mike 

Williams, Benji Hamm, Ken Wall, Jeff Hamley, Barbie Hughes. 

Sitting — Beth Russell, Lynn Mancini, Kim Lemmons, Patti Juedevine, Debbie 

Smith, Piper Starrette, Advisor — Herb Arnold. Chevell Blachnick, Tracie 

Lewis 




The Admissions staff jointly sponsors 
the Catawba Guides. 

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Dr. Bob Lowdermilk is the advisor of the 
Alpha program. 



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1985 ALPHAS 



Judy Vliet — co-director, Jon Hamley — co-director, Jill 
Anderson, Laura Ashley, Pat Ashley, Chevell Blacknik, 
Lisa Blake, Sherry Buckner, Tori Burris, Kevin Carlton, 
Sandra Costantino, Tim Davis, Mark File, Winona Greg- 
ory, Andrea Haines, Benjy Hamm, Tracy Lewis, Holly 
Marshall, Patty Moore, Jamie Morris, Jill Ridenhour, [Nan- 
cy Sheetz, Debbie Smith, Irene Spekhardt, Cecile Strud- 
wick, Dewanna Thomas, Mike Williams. 





Andrea Haines eats watermelon at a 

picnic with her freshmen group 

during orientation. 



ALPHAS are upperclass students who voluntarily give 
of their time to help new students and their families 
become better adjusted to life at Catawba. ALPHAS work 
with faculty advisors in providing help with course selec- 
tion, registration, and other activities involved in both 
Fall and mid-year Orientation. 



FELLOWSHIP OF CHRISTIAN 
ATHLETES 



FCA is one of the most popular groups on campus. 
Shown, left to right, front row, are Angela Morris, 
Donna Knott, Melanie Trexler, Robert Bates, Eddie 
Forest, and John Bullins. Second row, Tom Branson, 



Leisa Hepler, Jeff Coulter, Cynthia Kenlaw, Gina Hill, 
and Sherrell Murray. Back row, Paige Miller, Jeffrey 
Reavis, Brent Fuqua, Donnie King, Advisor Dr. Pat 
Whitley, and Mike Walden. 





FCA is one of the most popular groups on campus. 

Blindfolded Angela Morris is lifted on a board before being 
asked to jump! 




Jeff Coulter is president of the club. 



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Tori Burris and Fred Inkley don clown 
makeup for the Blue Masque's year's-end 

banquet. 



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BLCJE MASQUE 
ALWAYS ON THE GO 



Theater students swung from every 
branch of the three outside Zartman Hall 
that they nicknamed the Procrastination 
Tree — but they weren't procrastinating. 
The tree gave them a quiet (?) spot to plan 
activities for The Blue Masque. Their year 
was a flurry of activity, ranging from their 



annual haunted house in October to stu- 
dent-directed productions in the Experi- 
mental Theater, play-writing workshops, 
One Act Nights, and an awards banquet, 
whose guest speaker was the executive 
story consultant for "Magnum PI." 




The club's membership includes non-theater majors who 
have an interest in the dramatic art. 

Officers are Mark Miller, Jeanne Caussin. Dorcas Toma- 
sek, Rebecca Herman, and Kelly McKinley. 





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Carolyn Ward becomes an old-time Southern 
Belle when she and other Blue Masque 
members acted as tour guides for the 
Historic Salisbury Foundations October 
Tour. 

Magician Terry Ward is a master hand at 
creating balloon animals. 



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Science club members are Rebecca Taylor; Kymn Davidson, president; Dr. 
Michael Baranski, advisor; Trip Buckemeir; and Laura Morrison. 



Kelly Reeves is state historian-elect for 
Cancas. Laura Morrison holds the position 

this year. 



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PBA tours Fiber Industries as part of their 
study of big business. 

Jamie Morris helps local residents with their 
income taxes. Jamie is president of PBA. 




SCIENCE, 

COMPUTER SCIENCE, 

AND BUSINESS 



Students in the Science Club studied 
hard at a November science workshop at 
Wake Forest University. One member, 
Laura Morrison, earned a seat on the ex- 
ecutive board of Candas, the Collegiate 
Academy of North Carolina Academy of 
the Science. 

It wasn't all work for the club though, as 
they sponsored the March beach party in 
the gym and went camping in April. 

Doris Hepler kept the Computer Science 



Club hopping, too, with a variety of activi- 
ties including a square dance, open house 
in the new computer room, a computers 
conference, and several guest speakers. 

The Professional Business Association, 
a non-school sponsored group, replaced 
the defunct Commerce Club in the busi- 
ness department. Members of PBA earned 
hands-on experience with the business 
world through interaction with the local 
community. 




Lisa Blake, vice pe president of the Computer Science Club, demonstrates the Apples in the new academic 
computer room. 



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Curtis plays percussion in rehearsal. 



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JAZZ BAND 
GOES ON TRI-STATE TOUR 



Dr. James Pooias' jazz band tooted its 
horns across three states when it toured 
Virginia, Florida, and South Carolina in 
March. The concert spree ended with a 
raved performance back home in Keppel 



Auditorium. The band also performed for 
the college community at their Christmas 
and Spring concerts, and at all home 
sports events. 

Dr. Pooias is the band's father away from home, and also 
their worst enemy when rehearsals get long and hard. 




Cecile Strudwick shows her school spirit at a football 
game with an Indian headress. 






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background for the fans at football games. 

Scott Lucas never goes anywhere without 
his drums. 




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Barbie Hughes, a soprano, has some 

butterflies about her solo for the seniors' 

baccalaureate service. 



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Dennis Hinson, Scott Lucas, Shane Logan, Susan Wagner, and 
Barbie Hughes perform at the choirs' Christmas cantata. 



COLLEGE CHOIRS 



Membership in the college concert, gos- mison directed the groups in daily rehears- 
pel, and mixed choirs was open to any al, preparing them for their Christmas, Eas- 
student with a desire to sing. Mr. Hal Ji- ter, and special concerts. 




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John Bullins wants to learn more about 

Wantu Wanzuri, but club member Kim 

Cornwell isn't eager to tell him. 



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WANTCJ WANZCJRI/ 
OGTING CLOB 



Wantu Wanzuri, Swahili for "beautiful 
People," is the student organization de- 
signed to enhance the minority perspective 
and to establish a better rapport between 
minority and non-minority students on the 
college campus. The group sponsors a 
monthly speaker series, dances, fund- 
raisers, and Black History Week each year. 



The Outing Club, organized in Novem- 
ber of last year, seeks to provide "high 
adventure" for the students with an inter- 
est in the outdoors. Activities include back- 
packing trips, camping, skiing, and boat- 
ing. The main ambition of the outing club 
is fun and recreation. The club is open to 
all students. 




Wantu Wanzuri is advised by Mr. Frank Jackson, rear. 






Sherry Winebarger, Cash Earnhardt, and Robert 
Palladino stroll down a sheer rock cliff face. 



Outing Club members Bill 
McDonald. Cash Earnhardt, 
Sherry Winebarger, Eric Meijer, 
Robert Palladino, Randy Reavis, 
Becky Taylor, and Mary Anne 
Trexler relax for a minute before 
they continue their hike up the 
mountain. 

Can you find the Outing Club in 
this picture? They are experts in 
camaflauge 



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Honey? — Joe Trainer & Charlotte Powell 




Why can't I get a date? Rich Landis 



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Tracie Lewis & Angie Rogers 

I told you if we waited long enough the sun would 
come up! Dan Dowdle. Molly Long. Chris Kincaid 



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SENIOR CANDIDS 




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need one? Chris Kincaid 



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SALISBURY 

ALL-AMERICA CITY 




Bell Tower 



Grimes Mill 



Hall House 

In the heart of North Carolina lie Salisbury and Catawba 
College. Salisbury is known for its many historic homes, the 
Soft drink Cheerwine, Stanback headache powders, barbecue 
restaurants and Food Lion grocery stores. It's proximity to 
the big cities of Greensboro, Winston-Salem and Charlotte 
allows residents to pick from a large variety of entertainment. 
Four hours away to the east are miles of sandy beaches and 
two hours away to the west are the scenic mountains. Cataw- 
ba College Students have taken advantage of the many op- 
portunities Salisbury has to offer, such as going to the Up- 
town Connection or O'malley's on college night, going out to 
the movies, sitting out on the deck at Pudgie's, going to Al's 
Nighthawk for a foot-long hot dog or shopping at the Ketner 
Center and Kmart. For those more cultural minded, Salisbury 
offers the Waterworks art galley, the large historic district and 
the Spencer Shops State Transportation Museum. 



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HISTORIC SALISBURY 




Confederate Statue 



Historic Main Street 




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Catawba students are able to enjoy 
the unique natural beauty of the state of 
North Carolina. To the west are the 
North Carolina mountains which are 
perfect for hosting cool summer pic- 
nics, drives along the Blue Ridge Park- 
way to see the spectacular fall colors, 
and taking on one of the many ski 
slopes during the winter. The famous 
North Carolina mountains include 
Grandfather Mountian, proclaimed by 
scientists to be over one billion years old 
and Mount Mitchell, the highest peak 
east of the Mississippi, towering 6,684 
feet. To the east of Catawba lies over 
three hundred miles of breath-taking 
coastline. Island beaches such as sunset 
and Wrightsville beach line the southern 
part of the coast. Farther north is the 
Cape Hatteras Lighthouse, the tallest 
lighthouse is North America, standing 
vigil on the famed outerbanks. The ou- 
terbanks are an undeveloped seventy 
mile stretch of fragile perimeter of bar- 
rier islands. 



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Spencer Shops 



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Another opportunity for Catawba stu- 
dents to take advantage of is the Spencer 
Shops State Historic Site, also known as 
the North Carolina Transportation Muse- 
um. The eighty-nine year old locomotive 
repair facility is being converted into the 
south's largest transportation museum. 
During full operation in the forties, nearly 
2,800 people worked at the shops. After 
closing in 1960, Southern donated 57 
acres, in 1977, to the state. Today the first 
exhibit at the museum is open to the pub- 
lic. The museum includes exhibits from a 
prehistoric Indian canoe to a Common- 
wealth Skyranger airplane. The museum is 
located in Spencer, a small residential 
town just north of Salisbury. 




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Lowerstone Chucch (1795) 



Every October Salisbury hosts a walking tour of its histor- 
ic West Square district. The homes featured represent some 
of the finest of the restored private homes in the city, a city 
famous for its historic preservation. Most of the homes were 
built around the turn of the century except for the John 
Steele House, built in 1799, which is one of the few early 
planation houses in North Carolina that is located in a 
modern city. The tour also includes two area 18th century 
churches: The Organ Lutheran Church and The Lowerstone 
Church. 



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Community 




Organ Lutheran Church (1795) 




The Foster Owen House (1905) 





M.S. Brown House (1901) 




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Claudius Q. Edwin Ashurst III 

King of Denmark 
Hamlet William G. Gilmore 

Nephew to the King 
Polonius James Parker 

Counselor to the King 
Horatio David Matthews 

Friend to Hamlet 
Laertes John Gibson 

Son to Polonius 

Voltemand Patrick Orndorff 

Cornelius Mark Miller 

Rosencrantz Mike Yionoulis 

Guildenstern David Latham 

Osric Terry Ward 

Marcellus Scott Burrell 

Bernardo Brandon Bowman 

Francisco Pat Wilhelm 



Reynaldo Fred Inkley 

Servant to Polonius 
Fortinbras Pat Wilhelm 

Prince of Norway 

Player King Mark Miller 

Player Queen Fred Inkley 

Player Lucianus Scott Burrell 

Player Prologue Brandon Bowman 

Player Musician Scott Lucas 

1st Gravedigger Pat Orndorff 

2nd Gravedigger Terry Ward 

A Norwegian Captain Scott Burrell 

Norwegian Captains Steve Fitz, Fred 

Inkley, Pat Orndorff 

Priest Scott Lucas 

English Ambassador Mark Miller 

Gertrude, Queen of Denmark Donna 

Moore 

Mother to Hamlet 
Ophelia Eliza Berry 



Daughter to Polonius 

Female Courtiers Jeanne Caussin, 

Bethany Sinnott, Dorcas Tomasek 

Soldiers Steve Fitz, John Hendershot 

Children Christopher Sinnott, Devon 

Sinnott 

1. Bill Gilmore, David Matthews, and Pat Orndorff. 

2. Bill Gilmore as Hamlet. 

3. Scott Burrell, Mark Miller (lying on bench), and 
Bill Gilmore. 

4. Edwin Ashurst, III, John Hendershot, Donna 
Moore, and John Gibson. 

5. Duel scene from Act 5 between Hamlet and 
Laertes. 

6. Entrance of the Player — King in Act 3. 



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THEATRE 




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COME BACK TO THE 5 & DIME, 
JIMMY DEAN, JIMMY DEAN 

Juanita Ida Bostian 

Mona Kelly T. McKinley 

Mona (then) Margaret James 

Sissy Sherrie Sisk 

Sissy (then) Rebecca Taylor 

Joe Scott Burrell 

JoAnne Maura A. Krah 

Stella May Carolie D. Bartol 

Edna Louise Amanda Holland 

WE HAVE ALWAYS LIVED IN THE 
CASTLE 

Mary Katherine Blackwood .... Rebecca Herman 

Jonas Chris Hall 

Constance Blackwood Carolie D. Bartol 

Gncle Julian Blackwood Mark Miller 

Helen Clarke Maura A. Krah 

Lucille Wright Anne E. Jones 

Charles Blackwood Robert Brennan Perch 

CLOCID 9 

ACT ONE 

Clive Patrick A. Orndorff 

Betty Stephen Thompson 

Joshua David Latham 

Edward Rebecca Herman 

Maud Anne E. Jones 

Ellen/Mrs. Saunders Margaret James 

Harry Bagley Fred Inkley 

Victoria Herself 

ACT TWO 

Betty Margaret James 

Edward Patrick Orndorff 

Victoria Rebecca Herman 

Martin Fred Inkley 

Lin Anne E. Jones 

Cathy David Latham 

Gerry Stephen Thompson 

Bill Scott Burrell 

WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA 
WOOLF? 

George Hoyt McCachren 

Martha Dayna Anderson 

Nick John Gibson 

Honey Margaret James 



1. "Come Back to the 5 & Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean" — 
Sherrie Sisk, Amy Holland, and Carolie Bartol. Produced March 
5-8, 1985. 

2. "We Have Always Lived in the Castle" — Maura Krah, Anne 
Jones, Mark Miller, and in the background, Rebecca Herman and 
Chris Hall. Produced December 5-8, 1984. 

3. "Cloud 9" — Steve Thompson (in drag) and Fred Inkley. 
Produced October 10-13, 1984. 

4. "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" — John Gibson and Dayna 
Anderson (standing), and Hoyt McCachren. Produced April 16- 
20, 1985. 




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HAIR! 

APRIL 3-6, 1985 
THE CAST 

George Berger Fred Inkley 

Claude Hooper Bukowski Pat Orndorff 

Sheila Franklin Donna Moore 

Woof Mike Yionoulis 

Hud David Matthews 

Jeannie Dorcas Ann Tomasek 

Crissy Valerie Harlan 

Dionne DeWanna Thomas 

Ron Brandon Bowman 

Mom Angelina Scalies 

Dad Mark Miller 

THE TRIBE — Terence Ward, Jennifer Peart. Stephen 
Thompson, Catherine Tooker, Cecile Strudwick, Maria Proc- 
tor, Eliza Berry, Hambleton Stuart, Shane Logan, Anne 
Jones, Amanda Holland, Robbie Jordan, Tori Burris, Kelly 
McKinley, Jervetta Campbell, Rhonda Franz, Walter Lee 
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1. Mike Yionoulis, Mark Miller, Pat Orndorff, Angie Scalies, David Mat- 
thews, and Fred Inkley. 

2. Fred Inkley and cast in an opening number, "Donna." 

3. "Good Morning. Starshine" with David Matthews, Donna Moore, and 
Fred Inkley. 

4. "Aquarius" with Donna Moore, Mike Yionoulis, Pat Orndorff, and Bran- 
don Bowman. 

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Abernethy is the most recently constructed 
men's residence hall on campus. It was named in 
memory of Julius W. Abernethy, Sr. of Newton, 
North Carolina, a former vice-president of the Ca- 
tawba board of Trustees. Abernethy is four floors in 
height. It houses two men per room making a total 
of 200 men housed in Abernethy, most of them 
freshmen. 

Richard playing with his toy car in Abernethy's hall. 




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John Abernethy 



Troy Amato 



Jeffery W. Anderson 



Thaddeus Byron Bullock 



Mark Domske 



Tracy Dunn 



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Eddie Forrest 



E.J. Grom 



Chris Hall 



Chris Harrover 



John Hendershot 



Jan Andre Heybroek 



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Henery Brown 




Chris Eubanks 




Jeffery Hamley 
senior 




Dennis Hinson 



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Carl Johnson 
senior 



Jason Julius Leffler 



Richard Long 



Kurt M. Markva 




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Chris Price 



Larry Q Quick 



David Ramsey 



Derrick Ritter 




James Robinson 



William Schmidt 



Derek Shepherd 



Chris Scottile 




Stephen Thompson 



Jimmy Shawn Todd 



Ken Wall 



Terry B. Ward 




Henery York 



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Claremont Hall, which was once a women's 
residence hall, is now a housing for a total of 32 
men. This hall is located across from the presi- 
dent's house. It houses mostly basketball play- 
ers and provides an apartment for the director 
of student activities. 



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Jeffery B. Bauer 
senior 



Donald Beard 



Frank Bradway 



Richard Brundage 
senior 




David Dutton 



William E. Fowler 
senior 



Tim Harris 



Scott A. Olson 
senior 




Keith E. Laws 



Jeff Freiburger 



Randall Sailor 
senior 



Terry Mack 



Stewart Speacht 



Lawrence Greiner 
senior 




Rodney H. Nardelli 




C. Alan Swanson 



Derrick Tucker 



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Foil House is a smaller men's residence hall 
housing only 22 men. Foil House was named 
for the late Dr. M.A. Foil, a Former trustee of 
Catawba College. The dorn houses upper- 
classmen most of whom are involved in the 
athletics department on campus. Foil House 
is consistantly a leader in intramural sports, 
holding the title of the 1984-85 men's intramu- 
ral champions. 

Phil Nappi and Raymond Brewer enter Foil House's upper 
level. 



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Raymond Brewer 



James C Jordan 
senior 



Tim Davis 



Walt Falleni 



David Folmar 
senior 




Wayne Kimbrell 
senior 



Richard Landis 
senior 



Steven C. Leach 




David Wayne Powell 
senior 



Jimmy Robinson 



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North Hall is the largest women's dorm on 
campus. It is located on the North side of cam- 
pus and houses approximately 150 girls. The 
building has two wings, both of which have two 
floors. The rooms are arranged in suites with 
four girls per suite. North Hall is the only dormi- 
tory that is equipped with facilities for the 
handicapped. North Hall also has one of the 
apartments used for the Residence Life Staff's 
Assistant Area Coordinator. 




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Karen Lynn Wood has all the "comforts of home" as she watches T.V. in North Hall's lobby. 




Deidre Adams 



Lin Annas 



Laura Ashley 



Hunter Bassett 




Sherry Buckner 
senior 



Jervetta Campbell 
senior 



Joan Canavaciol 



Jennifer Ann Cates 




Sandra Cates 
senior 



Kelly Chrisawn 



Sarah Clapp 



Dam Dragon 



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Christina Daugherty 
senior 



Laura Joan Dickson 



Kymn Davidson 
senior 



Mary K Dooley 
senior 



Deborah Deese 



Sharma Dulin 



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Lisa Glover 
senior 



Carol Graham 



Wendy Gregory 



Rebecca Dent 




Cynthia Errickson 




Winona Lynne Gregory 
senior 




Lisa Grookett 



Andrea Haines 



Valerie Harlan 



Laurie Ann Hefner 




Linda Krai 
senior 



Michelle Lyerly 



Kim A Mair 



Vonda Lynne Martin 



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Sherry Deneathra McCurdy 



Dora F McKee 



Alisha Meacham 



Christy Miller 




Sharon Miller 



Patty Moore 



Angela Morris 



Jamie H Morris 




Stacey Ness 



Glenda Parrish 



Jodi Parrish 



Kelly Phifer 




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Kelley D Reeves 



Laura E Richard 



Jo Robertson 



Elizabeth E Rohrbaugh 




Irene Spekhardt 



Ann Marie Stawara 



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Jacquelyn Steele 



Cecile T Strudwick 
senior 



Melanie Trexler 




Karen Lynn Wood 



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Not only postmen make it through "rain, snow 
and the dark of night", the faithful commuting 
student also braves slick roads and unexpected 
delays, but commuting students do it just to 
make their way to class each day. 

Sometimes the life of an off-campus student 
can be frustrating, but the fringe benefits make it 
worth the trip — home cooked meals, plenty of 
toilet paper, free private room, unlimited visita- 
tion, heat in air in the right seasons, and mom 
does the laundry! 




Laura Anderson 



Jennifer Athey 




Kelly Auten 



Shirley Barber 




Mark Charles Bastian 
senior 



Chris Bennett 



Jerry Byerly 



Lydia Campbell 
Senior 



Eric Bayne 



Marsha Beaver 



Lisa Blalock 



Lisa Branelli 



Glenn Cadenhead 



Kara L. Cadiz 
senior 



Laura Cauble 
senior 



Tracy Clayborn 



Byron Belser 
senior 




Chester C. Buckenmaier 




Jennifer Campbell 




Connie Coley 



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Leanne Cosa 



Todd Davidson 



Sandy Dungan 



Mark File 



Sandra Costantino 



Kimberly DeHart 
senior 



Gerg Epley 



James Michael Cowan 
senior 



Angela Denton 



Randy D. Everhart 




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Jeff Finkbiner 
senior 



Jackie Flanner 
senior 



Joseph L. Crossen 
senior 




Sandra Doby 




Alan L. Farris 
senior 




Kim Foster 




Alison Hartley 



Terry Heggins 



Angela Heilig 



Jerry Hilliard 




Cynthia Hosck 
senior 



Cindy Jackson 



Royce Jackson 



John Jones 
senior 



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Darren Jordan 



Rebecca Kepley 



Todd Kymer 
senior 



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Brent Parks 
senior 



Robbie Jordan 



Esmaeel Kazim 
senior 



Jane Kiker 
senior 



Sharon Kimmer 



Joseph LaFrance 
senior 



Susan Lang 



Peter P. Kelly 




Etta Mae Kirk 




David R. Latham 




Marcy Lefler 
senior 



Russell Leitmer 



Tim Lippard 




Cassandra L. Lockert 
senior 



Judy Medford 



Laura Morrison 



Dennis Padget 



Ann Lombard 



Mike Morphis 



Kelly Nakaji 



Cyrstal Patterson 



Arlis C. Lowman 
senior 



Jeff Morris 
senior 



Jackie Norcutt 



Mike McDaggart 




Shannon Jeanette Morris 




William Olive 
senior 




Deborah Patterson 



Alison Petrea 
senior 



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Bridgett Poe 



Victor Poplin 



Maria Proctor 
senior 



Sallie Roberts 




Franklin L. Sifford, II 



Donna Simmons 






Ivan Smith 
senior 



Martina Smith 




Rhonda Renee Smith 



Tracie Wade 



Ann Margaret Winshaw 
senior 



Brent Snipes 



Kevin Snipes 
senior 



Mary Walton 



Bradford Walworth 
senior 



Eric Woods 
senior 



Chris Younts 
senior 



Herbert Lee Steward 




Alan Whitley 
senior 




Cammie Zimmerman 
senior 



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Pine-Knott, which was formerly a faculty ap- 
partment building is one of the smallest men's 
dorms on campus. It houses a total of forty men. 
There are two floors with four suits on each 
floor. All suits consist of three rooms — a living 
room, bedroom, and bath. 

pic 2. Curtis Turner by his car in front of his Pine-Knott 
home. 




Robert Bates 



Jim Bradley 




Keith Chalmers 



Jeff Coulter 



Roger A. Greene 



Jon Hamley 




Brian D. Hegedus 



Paul M. Hoben 



Bruce E. Hudson 



Fred Inkley 




Eric Johnson 



Gregory R. Shell 



Richard Smith 



Michael C. Spragg 




Curtis L. Turner 



Jay Wilson 



Bill Zolper 



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Salisbury — Rowan, a men's hall was 
erected for the college through gifts of the 
citizens of Salisbury and Rowan County. 
The dormatory Is arranged in five sections 
(A,B,C,D & E) each with its own entrance, 
and is connected to the others only 
through the basement. The rooms are ar- 
ranged in suites. Housing two or three men 
per room. It can house up to 250 men, and 
is the largest men's housing unit on cam- 
pus. It is populated mostly by upperclass- 
men. The Tee-Pee lounge is also located in 
S-R. The Tee-Pee is a T.V. Lounge area 
where organized parties may be held. 

Jim Martin demonstrates what 
great drums the beds in S-R 
make. 






Thomas Alston 



Carl Eugene Beck 
senior 



Cyril A. Bonetski 



Tony Bronco 




Jonas Cherry 



Bill Cole 



Todd Coleman 



James Cortez 




Joesph Crapster 



Charles Crowell 



Dan Daly 



Richard L. Davidson 



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John J. DiNicola 



Thomas Ferland 
senior 



Willian Qilmore 
senior 



Robert B. Hickman 



Stanley H. Dulemba 



Richard Cash Earnhardt 



Keith Earnhardt 
senior 




Kenny Fernandez 



Stephen P. Flood 
senior 



Benjamin Hamm 



Bradley Hamm 



Stephen Foye 




David L. Harding 
senior 




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Kenny Hinegardner 
senior 



Bobby L. Huff 



Jorge Hunt 




Gregory T. Huntley 



David Jordon 



Ewing Hyatt 



Rob Jastenwicz 



Morton Jones 
senior 




Jim Martin 



Eddie Kinney 
senior 



John Anthony Klubert 



Dwayne Lambert 




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Sam McCormick 



Randall Reavis 



Andrew McKay 



Mark N. Miller 
senior 



Fred A. Moore 




Jeff Riley, Jr. 



Steve Robb 
senior 



Keith Roper 




Fred Seagraves 



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Paul Scropian 
senior 



Peter Simons 



Kevin Joseph Sloan 




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Woodson Hall, the only 
coed dorm on campus, is 
named in memory of Mrs. 
Margaret Cunningham 
Woodson of Salisbury, a 
benefactor of the College. 
The building has four floors 
with the first, third, and 
fourth housing women and 
the second floor reserved for 
freshmen and transfer men. 
It is the sister dorm to Aber- 
nethy, as the same basic 
floor plan and outside decor 
were used in the construc- 
tion of the dorms. 




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Valencia Abbott 



Kimberly A Arnold 



Nadine Brockway 



Tori Bums 



Martha Jo Adams 



Jill Anderson 



Rick Anderson 




Chevell Blanchnik 



Lisa Bost 
senior 



Kenneth B Brown 



Cathy Bryan 



Sandy Cash 



Scott Connelly 



Brandon Michael Bowman 




Scott Christopher Burrell 




Kim Cornwell 



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Amy Jo Crawford 



Melody Dekle 



Ginger Eady 



Ann Edmond 




Wendy A Fields 



Kim Ford 



Julie Froch 



Gina Gentile 




Toni Gentile 



Carol Gilligan 
senior 



Chris Girard 



Liz Gottsegen 




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Sarah Granger 



Marcy Granquist 



Patricia Lyn Hall 



Robin Hanisits 




Cynthia M Kenlaw 
senior 



Paula Kerns 
senior 



Donnie King 



Cindy Koch 




Kim Lemmons 



Rachel Lewis 



Tracy Lewis 



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Heather L. Maclntyr 



Lynn Mancini 
senior 



Holly L. Marshall 



Patricia B. Mayall 
senior 




Howard McLean 



William Mello 



David B. Miller 



Paige Miller 




Traci Miller 



Jessica Orr 



Amelia Sherrell Murray 
senior 



Donna Neal 



Shawn O'brien 




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Suzanne Payne 



Charlotte Powell 




Jeffery Reavis 



Susan K. Saintsing 
senior 



Nancy Sheetz 



Jill Ridenhour 
senior 



Angela Rogers 
senior 



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Beth Russell 




Kerry Scharf 



Chris Schon 



Elain Tinker Shirey 



Debbie L. Smith 



Jennifer Eyre Smith 



Timothy Alan Smith 



Susie A. Sowers 



Jason Scott 




Elizabeth Smith 




Sheila Stadler 

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Piper Starrette 



Jennifer Styers 



Elvie VanDyk 



Stephanie Starrette 



Sylvia Stephens 



Maureen Tansey 



Malea Thompson 



Bethany Vazzana 



Margit Valds 



Wendy Strang 




Dorcas Ann Tomasek 




Elizabeth Waddell 




Susie Wagner 



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Joseph Weisser 



Robin Wiggins 



Paula Wilson 




Sherry Wood 



Sally Wright 



Susie V. Yarbrough 



Linda Marie Zimmerman 




pic 1. Sherrell Murray and Cyn- 
thia Kenlaw enjoy the sun in 
front of Woodson 
pic 2. Chris Schon, Bill Mello, 
and Heather Maclntyre watch 
T.V. in the Woodson lobby. 
pic 3. David Miller and friend 
enjoy sunny days on the intra- 
mural field behind Woodson. 



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The first dorm built on campus, Zart- 
man Hall, was a gift of the Women's 
Missionary Society of the General Syn- 
od of the reform Church in the United 
States. It was named in memory of Eli- 
zabeth Conrad Zartman to recognize her 
services preformed in the society. 

The rooms in Zartman are arranged in 
suites, with four girls to a suite. The 
dorm houses a total of 48 girls, most of 
whom are drama and technical theatre 
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Carolie Bartol 



Jeanne A Caussin 



Kelley Cavin 



Sandra Cope 




Karen Cuffie 



Rhonda Lynne Franz 



Theresa M Furlong 



Jill Marie Gerst 




Susan Hunt 



Kimberley Hutchison 



Margaret James 



Maura Krah 



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Yvette McDougald 
senior 



Amy E. Pruett 



Dewanna L. Thomas 



Donna Moore 



Sheryl Sisk 



Tangy Thorton 



Carolyn Ward 



Fredrine Moore 



Deborah Spurling 



Catherine Tooker 



Paula Whitley 



Jennifer Peart 




Rebecca Taylor 




Susan J. Walker 
senior 




Sherry Winebarger 



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sitting — Jeff Hamley, Kim Ford, Keith Roper, Dewanna Thomas, Jason Scott. Sherrell Murray, Chester Robinson, Sharon Snuggs, Beth 
Vazanna, Larry Greiner. standing, middle — Bob Mazzoni, Mike Williams. Phil Stillman, Sandra Cates, Melinda Means. Fred Walden. Kymn 
Davidson, Jim Bradley, Jackie Steele, Sue Walker, Andrea Haines, back — Benjy Hamm, Ken Wall, Wade Furches, Bill McFeeley, Robert 
Falleni, Matt Grander. 





pic 2. Director of Residence Life — Bill McDonald. Area 1 Coordina- 
tor — Chester Robinson, Assistant Area II Coordinator — Jeff 
Hamley, Area 11 Coordinator — Melinda Means, Assistant Area I 
Coordinator — Kymn Davidson. 

pic. 3. Senior R.A.'s: kneeling — Sherrell Murray, Sandra Cates. 
back — Keith Roper. Wade Furches, Larry Greiner, Jackie Steele, 
Sue Walker, Kymn Davidson, Fred Walden. Jeff Hamley. Sue Huis. 

The Residence Life Program has been in existence 
for the past two years. It is a strong department com- 
posed of students and administrators. The student 
participants are called Residence Assistants (R.A.'s). 
They live in every residence hall and are responsible 
for their floors. It is a time consuming position which 
requires alot of commitment and responsibility. This 
year the administrative position has been up-graded. 
Currently there are two Area Coordinators. These posi- 
tions are Master's degree level and require previous 
experience. 



Residence Life is the mountains m August; returning to school early; staying late; 

being a leader; being resourceful; organizing social and educational programs; MEETINGS, 
MEETINGS, MEETINGS; learning about people: a family; long hours — short pay; comra 
derie; being the best; responsibility; duty hours; life in a fish bowl; student development 
toilet paper officer; support; working together; taking a stand; exciting; being popular 
being unpopular; fire drills; respect; paperwork; inventories; workshops; in-services; inter 
views; selection and placement; being a councelor; believing in others: listening: assertive; 
not aggressive; being a mother or father to some, a brother or sister to others, and a friend 
to everyone; being yourself; giving 100%. 100% of the time; growing; knowing; learning 
about yourself: FUN 1 !! 



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THE NAMES ON THE FOLLOWING PAGES 


ARE OF THE PEOPLE IN EACH DORM 


WHO DID NOT HAVE THEIR PICTURE TAKEN 


ABERNETHY HALL 


Thomas Nash 




Jeffery Nicholson 


Philip Absher 


Jay Phelan 


Gerald Bartholamew 


John Pietak 


Robert Beaumont 


Mark Pilonero 


Theodore Bransfield 


Ben Pitts 


Thomas Branson 


Andy Politis 


Michael Cahill 


Greg Quick 


Mark Canady 


Mark Raines 


Patrick Carfora 


Michael Robinson 


Robert Cerami 


Michael Scott 


Stephen Cobb 


David Sellers 


Darren Correll 


Ralph Shipley 


Scottie Craver 


Scott Simpson 


Scott Donaghty 


Mark Siska 


Bill East 


Don Smith 


Shawn Easter 


Steven Thompson 


Barry Fogleman 


Melvin Totten 


Johnny Forrest 


Michael Walden 


Kyle Foust 


Gary Warzecha 


Jeff Freeman 


Thomas Watts 


Brent Fuqua 


Robert Whitman 


Bill Gamble 


Scottie Wike 


Greg Gasior 


Marvin Wilson 


Matt Grander 




Michael Grissillo 


CLAREMONT HALL 


Allen Harris 




Edward Hatton 


Timothy Bates 


Jay Hayes 


Mark Fink 


Dennis lnlow 


Stephen Johnson 


Jeff Jarrett 


John Kennedy 


Michael Jones 


Barry Kimbrell 


Scottie Kimble 


Lonnie Lee 


Christopher Leak 


Shane Logan 


Johnathan Leonard 


Andrew Mitchell 


Willian Littlejohn 


Michael Mitchell 


Shawn Lunsford 


Victor Ottaviani 


David Marshall 


Timithy Overton 


Bill McFeeley 


John Redmond 


Christopher McGuirt 


Michael Smith 


Kevin Moore 


Rickey Thompson 


David Moyer 





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NORTH HALL 


Beverly Ellis 




James Gnatt 


Charlotte Bailey 


Johnathan Graham 


Ida Bostian 


John Grimes 


Amanda Bowers 


Michael Kreider 


Anne Burgess 


Kip O'Connor 


Carether Clark 


Sirisack Phesadaseek 


Pamela Edmunds 


Christoph* 


2r Romanek 


Hunter Hamilton 


Pervez Sayed 


Kimberly Hall 


Douglas Schotte 


Donna Knott 


Timothy Sheff 


Letzen MalDonado 


Roger Sigmon 


Lisa Marhoover 


Mary Somers 


Anne Masten 


Charles Stowe 


Anne McNeil 






Monica Meadows 


ZARTMAN HALL 


Roberta Nance 






Leisa Pearson 


Eliza Berry 


Brooks Robertson 


Sarah Holland 


Robin Sackett 


Anne Jones 


FOIL HOUSE 


Kelly McKinley 
Gretchen Mease 




Angeline i 


Scalies 


David Ard 


Veronica Worts 


Robert Brewer 


Mary Zigmont 


Brian Mays 


David Zimmerman 


Grover Moore 


Andrew Zimmerman 


Thomas Mullman 






Rodney Pitts 


SALISBURY- ROWAN 


Kenneth Watkins 






Eric Watson 


Bill Adams 


Edward Wulbern 


Brian Wenrich 


Robert Arvanites 


David Matthews 


PINE-KNOTT HALL 


Robert Cann 
David Coleman 


Craig McCullough 
Winslow McMoore 




Craig Conklin 


Charles Mendell 


James Aldredge 


Michael Crenshaw 


Barry Mitchem 


James Childers 


Charles Dockery 


David Monroe 


Wade Furches 


Charles Eaton 


Thomas Nunley 


John Gibson 


Mark Fling 


Patric Orndorff 


Robert Hales 


Richard Foster 


John Peake 


Timothy McMahon 


Lance Gray 


George Robertson 


David Quinn 


Junious Green 


Hurbert Sellers 


Eric Sornson 


Thomas Harker 


Robert Sharpe 


Hambleton Stuart 


Hal Holder 


Thomas Speer 


WOODSON HALL 


Stephen King 
LaMarr Landrum 
Michael Wright 


Jeff Stout 
Louis Williams 


Rhonda Barrier 






Ozell Cooper 






Walker Davidson 







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SENIOR DIRECTORY 



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Adams, Martha Jo 
Anderson, Laura Jane 

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Bauer, George Edward 
Bauer, Jeffery Brian 
Beeker, Robin Everhart 
Blackwood, David Kenneth 
Bost, Lisa Annette 

Bowen, Lori Anne: Activities — Majors Club (4 
yrs.), WARA (4 yrs.), Softball Team (4 yrs.), Field Hock- 
ey (1 yr.), Trainer for Women's Basketball Team (3 
yrs.), Alpha Chi (2 yrs), Phi Epsilon (1 yr.), Intramurals 
(3 yrs.). HONORS — Junior Marshall, Coaches Award, 
June Galloway Scholarship from NCAHPERD, Who's 
Who Among Students in American Colleges and Uni- 
versities. 

Boyce, Craig Gilbert 
Brundage, Richard Arnold 
Buckner, Sherry Lynn 
Burke, Robert Martin 




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Campbell, Jervetta Renee 

Campbell, Lydia Ann 

Cansler, Myra Lynn 

Carlton, Kevin Douglas 

Cates, Sandra Jeanette: Activities — College (3 

yrs.), Gospel Choir (2 yrs.), Modern Vocal Ensemble (2 
yrs.), Women's Government Association (2 yrs.). Resi- 
dent Assistant (2 yrs.), Computer Science Club (1 yr), 
North Hall House Council (3 yrs.), Intramural Volleyball 
(1 yr.). 
Cauble, Laura Anne: Activities — Organic Chem- 
istry Lab Assistant (1 yr.) HONORS — Alpha Chi, Jack 
Kelly Memorial Scholarship Presidential Ho ''oil. 
Dean's List. 

Ihipman, Roger Dewitt 
Overs, Gregory Ell 
Clark, Carether 
Conklin, Craig William 



Corson, George Westmoreland 
Cowan, James M. 
Crossen, Joseph L. 



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Daughterty, Christina Anne: Activities — Phi 

Epsilon, North Hall House Council (3 yrs.), Professionijl 
Business Association (1 yr.), Commerce Club (2 yrs.), 
WGA (3yrs), Intramural Sports (4 yrs.), North Hall 
Freshman Representative (1 yr.) HONORS — Home 
coming Court, Dean's List, Whitener Award Nominee. 

Davidson, Kymn D. 

DeHart, Kimberly Gail 

Dooley, Mary Katherine -mM 

Dowdle, Daniel Thomas 



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Earnhardt, Terry Keith: Activities — fca, Ath 

letics, Intramurals (4 yr) HONORS: Earned Athletic 
Letters. || 




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r arris, Alan Linsy ^^ H 

inkbiner, Jeffrey Lloyd 
Flanner, Jaqueline Elizabeths 
Flood, Stephen Paul Jj^ 

Folmar, David Paul: Activities — Football (2 yrs.) 
Baseball (3 yrs.) Cafeteria Staff, Phi Epsilon, Resident 
Assistant, Political Science Club, Men's Residence 
Council, Student advisor to Faculty for Summer 
School Program. HONORS: Dean's List, Presidential 
Honor Roll, Academic Scholarship. 

Fowler, William Edward 
Furches, Samuel Wade 





Gettis, Edwin Francis 
Gilligan, Carol A. 
Gilmore, William Gilbert 



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Glover, Lisa Michelle 

Goodson, Ruth Suzanne 

Gray, Therese Ruby 

Gregory, Winona Lynne: Activities — Phi Epsi- 

lon, North Hall House council, Computer Science Club, 
Intramural Sports, Softball, Selection Committee for 
Students of the Year. HONORS: Academic Honors 
Scholarship, Dean's List, Jephson Educational Trust 
Scholarship, Homecoming Court. 

Greiner, Lawrence Edward 

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Hamley, Jeffrey Clark 
Hammofld, Debra Poole 
Haney, Kimberly Jo 
Harding,: David Lewis 
Hedrick, Lisa Gisele 

Hepler, p)Oris Ann: Activities — Phi Epislon, Alpha 
Chi, Sea, Computer Science Club, Kappa Delta Pi, 
FCA, Softball, HONORS — Dean's List, Presidential! 
Honor roll, Math Award, Junior Marshall, Religion 
ard s Student of the Year, Student Education Associ- 
ation Award, Outstanding Future Teacher Award. 

Hershey, Kristin 

lill, Gina Maria: Activities — Wantu Wanzuri, SGA, 
Social Work Club, Gospel Choir, 

finegardner, Raymon Kenneth 

iobbs, Barry Glenn 

iodges, Leigh 
Holler, Barbara Elaine 
Hosch, Cynthia, Laverr 
Hudson, Bruce Edwin 
Huis, Susan, M. 






Jackson, Charlie Melvi 

JeubeVine, Patricia Anne: Activities — Tennis 

Team, Intramurals, Tour Guide, SEA, NCEA, Cheer- 
leading, House Council Woodson Dorm, RLA, Big Sis/ 
Lit Sis HONORS — Freshman Class Favorite, Home- 
coming Court, May Court. 

Johnson, Carl Dewitt 
Johnson, Linda C. 



Jones, John Holland 



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Kates, Lori Michelle: Activities — Senior Class 
President, National Education Association, SGA, Ad- 
minissions Advisory Board, Tour Guide, Sophomore 
Class President, Alpha, Field Hockey Team, Psycholo- 
gy Club. HONORS — "Miss Catawba", Junior Mar- 
shall, Homecoming Court, May Court. 

Kenlaw, Cynthia Maria: Activities — wga, Gos- 
pel Choir, Social Work Club, Chambre Choir, Catawba 
Choir, Wantu Wanzuri, FCA, SGA. 

Kerns, Paula Sue 
Ketner, Richard Leon 
Kiker, Jane Sowers 
Killian, Maria Antoinette 
Kimbrell, Paul Wayne 
Kincaid, Christina Berrie 
Kinnet, Edward, Troy 

Koch, Cynthia Jean: Activities — Intercollegiate 
Volleyball, Softball, Intramurals, Basketball, Computer 
Science, Women's Athletyic Recreation Association. 
HONORS — Academic Honors Scholarship, Intercolle- 
giate volleyball Coaches Award. 

Kymer, Todd David 



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La France, Joseph Todd 

Landis, HI, Richard, Smalley: Activities — Base- 
bail, Football, Phi Epsilon, Intramurals, YMCA. HON- 
ORS: Academic Honors Scholarship. 

Leach, Steven Craig ML 

Lefler, Maria Elise: Activities — Alpha Chi, Profes- 
sional Business Association, VITA Program. HONORS ■ 
— Dean's List, Presidential, Honor Roll, Junior Mar- 
shal, Sherrill and Smith Accounting Award. 

ewis, Tracy Jane: Activities — intramurals, 
Commerce Club, House Council Alpha Livengood, | 
Lorri Leigh 

Lockert, Cassandra Lee: Activities — Alpha Chi. 

HONORS — Academic Scholarships, E.M. Beaver 
Scholarship. 

Long, Mollie Eileen 




Love, JR., Henry, Kenneth: Activities — Varsi- 
ty Baseball, ROTC, HONORS — Distinguished Military 
Student Award. 

Lowman, Arlis Campbell 

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Maldonado, Letzen Olga 

Mathews, Andrew James 

Mayall, Patricia Browning 

McCormick, Patrick Francis 

McCubbins, John Thomas 

McLachlan, Monty James 

McManness, Leslie Matilda 

Meadows, Monica Leigh 

Miller Mark Nathan 

Morris, Teddy Jefferson: Activities — 4-h Lead- 
er Commerce Club, Honor Club Committee. HONORS 
— Foreign Language Award, Salisbury Kiwaniss Club 
Scholarship, Honor Roll. 

Mowery, Lloyd Wiley 

Murray, Amelia Sherrell: Activities — fca, 

SGA, Chairperson of Interracial Discussions Commit- 
tee, Director of Inter-Club Council, Wantu Wanzuri, 

WGA, Tour Guide, College Gnk>n Board, Ideas and 
issues Committee. 



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Nappi, Philip Mark 
■lichelson, 11, Robert, Harrison 

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Olive, 111, William Hinton 



'OWeil, David Wayne: Activities — Track Team. 
Football, Majors Club 

Proctor, Douglas Ted 

PrOCtor, Maria Louise: Activities — Manager of 
Wrestling Team, Psychology Club, Speech Club, Blue 
Masque, Intramurals, Chambre Choir, Concert Choir. 



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Ray, David Dean: Activities — Football, Resident 
Assistant. HONORS: Nominated for Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Cfeiversities. 

Ridenhour, Wanda Jill: Activities -* Tour Guide, 
Commerce Club, Vice-President Sophomore Class, 
House Council of Woodsofi Dorm,; SGA, Li I' Chief || 
HONORS — Academic Scholarship. 

Robertson, George Emil 

Rogers, Angela DaWh: Activities — Science 
Club, Majors Club, WARA, Intramurals, HONORS — 
Dean's List, Presidential Honor roll, A. Odell Leonard 
Scholarship, Esther KEPLEY Scholarship. 



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Parks, Brent Henderson 
Pasquini, Laura 
Patrea, Alison Gail 
Pinkston, Brenda Bost 
Poole, Jeffrey Brent 





Sailor, Randall Mark 
Saintsing, Susan Kay 
Sato, Eriko 
Seropian, Paul Krikor: Activities 

Resident Assistant, Science Club. 

Sheilds, Patrick Francis 

Shipley, Ralph Joseph: Activities — Cheer- 
leader, Intramurals, Commerce Club, Resident Assis- 
tant, Catawba Activities Council, Sophomore Class 
Pres,, Residence Hall Advisory Board, Tour Guide, 
Phone-a Thon, Sayakini Staff, SGA President, Studer 
of the Year, Media Board. HONORS — Nominated 
Mr. Catawba, Who's Who in American Colleges ar 
Universities. tm | 

Simmons, III, Edgar Mavel, 
Simon, Lisa M. 

Small, Sherri Anne: Activities-- Special Of; 
pics, Majors Club, Basketball and Tennis helper, 
ties for the Handicapped. 

Smith, Ivan Leon 
Snider, Timothy Scott 
Snipes, Kevin Ray 
Speachti Leslie Stewart 
Stadler, Sheila Kay 




174 Residence Life 



Zimmerman, Camilla Elizabeth 



Starrette, Stephanie Leigh: Activities — Com- *y 

merce Club, Professional Business Association, Cataw- 7 . 7. 7.7.7.7.7. 7. 7.7. 

ba College Food Committee, NC College Republicans. 

Steele, Jafcjtielynjfc^y: Activities — Blue Masque^, 
Speech Club, College Union Board, House Council 
Drth Hall, Arrowhead, Security Task Force Commit- 
tee. HONORS — Homecoming Court. 

>tine, Diana Joe p 

Strudwi^k, CeClle Thersa: Activities — Gospel 
Choir, Jazz Band, Civic Band, Blue Masque, Concert 
Choir, Qfambre Choir. 
Choir Member Award. 





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lor, Jeffrey Shahane lis k 

Thompson, Keith Stafford: Activities — Col 

lege (Jnion Board, Outdoor Club, intramurals, Com 
merce Club, Positive Action Committee, Phone-a-Thon 

Towne, 111, Samuel Alexander 
Trainor, Joseph Michael: Activities 
: Turley, Steven Dean 



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VHet, Judy Ann: Activities: Class Secretary, Psy 
chology Club, Tour Guide, Alpha, Resident Assistant 
Admtnissions Advisory Board, House Council Wood 
son Dorm. HONORS: Senior Psychology Award 

Vorher, Judy Allen 



Walden, Charees Michael 

Walker, Susan Jane: Activities — Political Sci 

ence Club, Intramurals, Student Court, Resident Assis 
tant, Attorney General of the College Court. 

Walls, John Hayden 

Walworth, Bradford Drew 

Whitley, Alan Edward: Activities — Professiona 

Business Association BRUti 

B^/hittington, Christopher Wayne 
■A/ilmer, Karl Joseph 
■vVilson, Paula Yvette 
PWright, Sandra Jean 




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James Wesley Bradley Kymn D. Davidson Doris Ann Hepler 

Sherry Lynn Duckner Samuel Wade Furches, III Mark Nathan Miller 

Lydia Ann Campbell Jeffrey Clark Hamley Ralph Joseph Shipley, JR. 

Benjamin Ray Hamm 



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MARK NATHAN MILLER 



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RALPH JOSEPH SHIPLEY, JR. 



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WOODSON HALL 



sitting — Patti JueDevine, Chuck Stowe, standing — Holly Marshall. 
Kim Ford, Amy Crawford, Helen Shirey, Marcy Granquist. 

House Council provide services to the residents of their 
dorms. They collect dues, hold parties, give sympathy 
flowers, hold fire drills, and provide the birthday cake 
service. 

The president of each council also represents the dorm 
on the Residence Life Association. 




President — Patti JueDevine. 




Carolyn Ward, Mara Krah, Angie Scalies, Kim Halunen. 



NORTH HALL 

President — Beth Rohbough 

Sissy Daugherty 

Linda Krai 

Ann Masten 

Lisa Marhoover 

Jamie Morris 

Robin Sackett 

Heidi Sackett 



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pic 1. Mike Smith speaks with Jerry Peterson. 
pic 3. Matt Grander playing intramural racquet- 
ball, pic 4. Amy Crawford and Marcy Granquist 
sun-bath in back of Woodson. 



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1st row, left to right — Jeff Coulter, Ray van Davis, Jay Turner, Scottie Kimble, Tony Klubert, Darren Correll, Eric Bayne, Jim Parent, Jimmy Inlow, Steve Turley, 
Mark Raines. 2nd row, lefc to right — Henry Drake, Howard McLean, Allen Harris, John Bullins, Todd Armstrong, James Robinson, Troy Quackenbush, Winslow 
McMoore, Sam Miller, Steve Thompson, Kavin Page, Mike Kreider. 3rd row — Steve Foye, Steve Robb, LaMarr Landrum, Assistant Coach — Bill Mauldin, 
Assistant Coach — Charlie Little, Student Coach — Tim McMahon, Trainer — Pleasant Morris, Head Coach — Pete Stout, Assistant Coach — David Wood, 
Assistant Coach — Ron Raper, Trainer — Rick Proctor, Assistant Coach — Tom Eanes, Reggie White, Jimmy Hardee, Melvin Totten. 4th row — Billy Joe East, 
David Brown, David Powell, Mike Crenshaw, Monty McLachian, Scott Olson, Morton Jones, Jim Childers, Barry Mitchem, Scott Simpson, Joe Crapster. 5th row 
— Pat Moser, Gordon Brown, Chris Price, Sam McCormick, Wade Smith, Andy Politis, Kurt Markva, Lou Williams, Greg West, Cullen Jordan, David Marshall, 
Mark Fling. 6th row — Derrick Ritter, Brent Poole, John Simma, David Ard, Rodney Pitts, Kyle Foust, Mike Grisillo, Grover Moore, Brian Mays, David Sellers, 
Eddie Forrest, Jim Royal, Eric Watson. 7th row — David Dutton, Ed Kinney, Steve Johnson, Robert Brewer, Dean Ray, Richard Pughe, Robert Sharpe, Richard 
Rines, Greg Huntley, Thomas Nunley, Jay Aldredge, Donald Beard. 8th row — Tommy Mullman, Bobby Myers, Kenny Watkins, Nicky Steams, Benjie Pitts, 
Everett Meadows, Steve Morgan, Shane Logan, Rodney Nardelli, Billy Gamble, Dave Folmar, Carl Beck. 




The 1984-1985 Catawba Col- 
lege Indian Football team im- 
proved from 0-9-1 to 3-8 this 
year under the direction of 
Coach Pete Stout, now in his 
second season at Catawba. The 
season began with a shut out 
victory over Johnson C. Smith 
which was played at Memorial 
Stadium in Charlotte. Catawba 
ended the year with a disap- 
pointing loss to our arch-rival, 
the Lenior-Rhyne Bears. The re- 
building process continues, and 
the future looks bright for the 
Catawba Football program. 

Pic 2. Coach Stout looks on before the 
game. 



192 Sports 




pic 1. Billy Gamble awaits the snap at Quarterback against Carson Newman. 

pic 2. Bobby Myers throws another perfect spiral. 

pic 3. Steve Johnson and Todd Armstrong in on the tackle against Elon. 



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pic 


1. 


Lamarr 


Landrum ha 


s a nice gain 


against Davidson. 


pic 


2. 


Rayvan 


Davis heads 


up field. 




pic 


3. 


Kenneth 


Watkins lee 


ps for a catch against Newberry. 


pic 


4. 


Billy Gamble with a 


pass against 


Carson-Newman. 



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196 Sports 




CATAWBA 




OPPONENT 


37 


J.C. Smith 





13 


Mars Hill 


14 


33 


Newport News 


9 


7 


Carson-Newman 


50 


3 


Presbyterian 


10 


14 


Gardner-Webb 


16 





Elon 


28 


7 


Newberry 


27 


19 


Guilford 


17 


15 


Davidson 


30 


8 


Lenoir-Rhyne 


21 



pic 1. After a Catawba Score. 

pic 2. Nice catch Grover! 

pic 3. Jay Aldredge prepares to play. 



Sports 197 




pic 1. Patty Mayall, Patti Hall, Beverly Ellis, Lisa Bost, Tori Burris, Beth Waddell, and Dennis Hinson make a pyramid. 
pic 2. Lisa Bost tosses footballs to the crowd. 



The 1984-85 Squad: 
Lisa Bost 
Tori Burris 
Ken Brown 
Beverly Ellis 
Gina Gentile 
Patti Hall 
Dennis Hinson 
Fred Inkley 
Tim Liffiton 
Patty Mayall 
Laura Richards 
Dorcas Tomasek 
Beth Waddell 



198 Sports 





pic 1. Tori Burris, Beth Waddell, and Patty Mayall 

in a small pyramid. 

pic 2. Beth Waddell overlooks the crowd. 




199 










pic 1. Catawba on the attack against the Blue 
Devils, pic 2. Great block, Charma! pic 3. Lining 
up a shot against Duke. 



200 Sports 







SCOREBOARD 






Catawba 




Opponent 











Pfeiffer 


1 





Pfeiffer 


3 


1 


Wake Forest 2 


1 


Davidson 





1 


Davidson 


5 





High Point 


4 





Swannee 


4 


1 


Wake Forest 








Duke 


4 


1 


Pfeiffer 


2 





ASCI 


6 


3 


Wake Forest 





1 


High Point 


3 


1 


ASCI 


2 


i 2 


High Point 


7 









THE 1984-85 TEAM: Lori Ann Bowen, Lori Kates, 
Martina Smith, Tracy Frey, Joan Canavaciol, Jessica 
Orr, Sharma Dulin, Irene Spekhardt, Debbie Smith, 
Maria Killian, Dani Dargon, Julie Baker. 





Pic 1. Irene Steals it away from Duke, pic 2. Catawba shows great hustle, pic 3. Catawba going for the score. 



Sports 201 



* Carolina Conference Match 
** District Tournament Game 
*** NAIA Area 8 Title Game 



CATAWBA 

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1 
2 
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6 
5 

1 
2 
2 




Spartanburg 
N.C. State 
Wake Forest CJniv. 
*Guilford College 
*Atlantic Christian 
Belmont Abbey 
UNC-Ashville ' 
*Pfeiffer College 
*Elon College 
UNC-Chapel Hill 
Campbell College 
*High Point College 
*Wingate College 
*Pembroke State Univ. 
Appalachian State 
**Guilford 

**Atlantic Christian 
**CINC-Ashville 
***W. Virginia Weslyan 



OPPONENT 

3 
7 
2 
1 
1 

3 

1 
3 
3 
1 
1 

5 

1 
1 
2 



The 1984-85 Catawba Soccer 
Team was the most successful 
ever. The team won Catawba its 
first soccer conference title with 
a 5-1-1 conference mark. The 
team went on to win its only dis- 
trict title by defeating UNC-Ash- 
ville in the finals. Catawba then 
travelled to West Virginia Wes- 
leyan for the NAIA Area 8 Title 
game and a shot at a NAIA na- 
tional tournament berth. Cataw- 
ba suffered a heartbreaking 2-0 
defeat at the hands of West Vir- 
ginia Wesleyan ending its most 
successful soccer season. 

The future of Catawba soccer 
looks even brighter than this 
year, with only 2 seniors on the 
team they are expected to go far- 
ther next year! We are all very 
proud of the 1984-85 soccer 
team and await many more vic- 
torious seasons under coach 
Ralph Wager. 




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pic 1. front — Kevin Sloan, Thomas Alston. Coach Wager, Glen Cadenhead. back — Thomas Ferland, Bobby Marcellus pic 2. Jorge 
Hunt works around a UNC-Ashville player. 



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pic 1. On the sidelines before the game. 

pic 2. Thomas Alston with a kick! 

pic 3. Kevin Sloan has another scoring opportunity for Catawba. 



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pic I. Kevin Sloan, 3, scoring past Pembroke goalie. 

pic 2. Jorge Hunt in action. 

pic 3. Kevin Sloan works the ball down field. 



204 Sports 




pic 1. Thomas Ferland with a head butt. 
pic. 2. Jorge Hunt with another score. 
pic 3. Nice Kick, Kevin! 



Sports 205 




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pic 1. A great save by goalie Bobby Marcellus. 
pic 2. Jorge Hunt plays the ball for Cat-CI. 
pic 3. The team brings the ball down field. 



206 Sports 




pic I. Small Celebration after another victory. 

pic 2. Thomas Alston and Bobby Marcellus congratulate 

each other. 

Pic 3. Team Celebration!! 





1984-85 Team: 


12 Thomas Alston 


18 Jeffrey Anderson 


7 Glenn Cadenhead 


1 Bob Connelly 


6 Thomas Ferland 


15 Adam Greene 


14 Larry Greiner 


13 Jorge Hunt 


21 Jon Leonard 


9 Tim Liffiton 


Bobby Marcellus 


17 Bill McFeeley 


20 David Miller 


1 1 Billy Osborne 


8 Sirisack 


Phetsadasack 


Chris Romanek 


3 Kevin Sloan 


Congratulations 


guys! 



Sports 207 




pic 1. 


Assistant coach — 


Rober 


Hales 


and Margit 


Velds 


play dc 


ubles. pic 2. 


Paige 


Miller 


sets for the 


serve. 


pic 3. 


Kelly Cavin 


serves 


. pic 4. 


Margit Velds 


in action. 





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SCOREBOARD 




Catawba 




Opponent 


8 


Salem 


1 


4 


UNC — Ashville 


5 


3 


Mars Hill 


6 


*3 


Pembroke State 


6 


*6 


Pfeiffer 


3 


*o 


Guilford 


9 


*4 


Atlantic Christian 


5 


*4 


Elon 


5 


6 


Gardner-Webb 


3 


*7 


Lenior-Rhyne 


2 


*1 


High Point 


8 


1 


UNC — Charlotte 


8 


doubles — 




9-8 






8-8 






4-12 


"Carolinas Conference Match 





THE 1984-85 
WOMEN'S TENNIS 
TEAM: 

Kelly Cavin 
Melinda Jester 
Paige Miller 
Sharon Miller 
Lisa Smith 
Susie Sowers 
Margit Velds 



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pic 1. THE 1984-85 WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL TEAM 1st row — left to right: 
Assistant Coach — Cindy Morris, Carol Gilligan, Leisa Hepler, Kelly Chrisawn, 
Vonda Martin, Sandy Cash, Dodie McKee. 2nd row — left to right: Charlotte 
Bailey, Cindy Koch, Lisa Smith, Sherry Buckner, Linda Zimmerman, Sherry Wood, 
Glenda Parrish, Head Coach — Jodi Manning, pic 2. Catawba in action, pic 3. 
Glenda Parrish with the set up. 








SCOREBOARD 




CATAWBA 


SCORE 


OPPONENT 


Lost 


12-25; 6-15 


Wake Forest 


Won 


15-4; 15-9 


Winston-Salem State 


Lost 


10-15; 15-7; 3-15 


CINC-Greensboro 


Won 


15-9; 15-13 


Gardner Webb 


Won 


15-12; 14-16; 15-7; 15-11 


Pfeiffer 


Won 


7-15; 15-7; 15-7 


Gardner Webb 


Lost 


6-15; 8-15 


(JSC-Spartansburg 


Lost 


5-15; 9-15 


Mars Hill 


Lost 


15-17; 15-12; 15-17 


Guilford : 1 


Lost 


8-15; 3-15 


St. Augustine 1 


Lost 


13-15; 15-8; 12-15; 14-16 


N.C. A & T 


[ Lost 


1-15; 10-15 


Pembroke State 


Won 


15-12; 15-12 


Columbia College 


Won 


15-10; 15-23 


Pfeiffer 


Lost 


12-15; 13-15 


Coastal Carolina 


Won 


15-10; 12-15; 15-19 


Atlantic Christian 


Won 


15-10; 15-9 


Lenior-Rhyne 


Won 


1st Place in Tournament 


Columbia College 


Lost 


13-15; 10-15 


UNC-Charlotte 


Lost 


12-15; 12-15 


Wingate 


Won 


15-9; 15-10 


Elon 


i Lost 


9-15; 10-15 


ONC-Ashville 


Lost 


15-12; 12-15; 3-15 


High Point 


Lost 


13-15; 8-15 


Mars Hill 


Lost 


13-15; 7-15 


Wingate 


j Won 


15-1; 15-12 


Belmont Abbey ; 


Lost 


15-17; 5-15; 15-13; 13-15 


NC A & T 


Won 


15-8; 15-12 


Lenior-Rhyne 


! 1 Lost 


3-15; 15-12; 7-15 


Limestone 


Lost 


14-16; 11-15; 14-16 


CINC-Charlotte 





pic 1. Linda Zimmerman spikes one for Catawba! 
pic 2. Kelly Chrisawn gets it over. 
pic 3. The team discusses strategy. 




Sports 211 










SCOREBOARD 






Catawba 




Opponent 




72 


Barber Scotia 


74 




81' 


Coker 


70 




47 


Erskine 


57 




62 


Belmont Abbey 


69 




73 


Wingate 


86 




54 


Pembroke State 


77 




57 


Eton 


73 




56 


Atlantic Christian 


83 




71 


Guilford 


76 




88- 


Gardner Webb 


81 




79 


Mars Hill 


104 




57 


AS(J 


101 




58 


High Point 


64 




58 


Lenior-Rhyne 


79 




64 


Belmont Abbey 


65 




68 


Pfeiffer 


83 




63 


Lenior-Rhyne 


84 




96 


Elon 


86 




52 


Mars Hill 


67 




84 


Pfeiffer 


92 




72 


High Point 


79 




85 


Gardner Webb 


99 




58 


Pembroke State 


93 




72 


Atlantic Christian 


73 




58 


Guilford 


66 




74 


Wingate 


76 




66 


LenoirRhyne 


81 




•denotes forfeit loss 








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Amanda Bowers, Kirn Hull, Patti Moore, Susan Lang, Shirley Barber, Angela Heilig, Lynn Nance, 
Linda Zimmerman, Sherry Buckner, Laurie Hefner, Lisa Kearns, Sherry McCurdy. pic 2. Coach Bill 
Haggerty gives the game plan. 




The 1984-85 Lady Indians had a disappointing season, 
finishing just 1-26. (Because of an ineligible player Cataw- 
ba had to forfeit two games.) Although the team this year 
had a one win record, several individuals had excellent 
years. Lisa Kearns set five new records including the 
freshmen single season scoring record and the Catawba 
scoring record while capturing the conference scoring 
title. Kearns extended all five of her Catawba records this 
year. Lynn Nance also had a successful season. Lynn set 
the sophomore single season scoring record. Patty 
Moore, a junior, extended her Catawba all-time leading 
assist record to a total of 448. With these great individual 
performances and incoming freshmen recruits, success 
cannot be far away. 







pic 1. Lynn Nance from the outside, pic 2. Patty Moore with a 
jumper, pic 3. Lynn Nance at the line, pic 4. Patty Moore running 
the offense. 



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pic I. First row, left to right — Vic Ottaviani, Lonnie Lee, Tim Overton, Steve 
Johnson. Second row — Andrew Mitchell, Ed Laws, Ricky Thompson, Tim Harris, 
Brad Bradway, Jeff Freiburger, Terry Mack, Mark Fink, Derrick Tucker, Ed Fowler, 
John Redmond, pic 2. Derrick Turner with a jam! 





SCOREBOARD 




Catawba 




Opponent 


95 


Bryan 


67 


71 


Tenn. Wesleyan 


76 


97 


Limestone 


71 


104 


Newport News 


87 


77 


Otterbein 


84 


60 


Atlantic Christian 


72 


61 


Gardner-Webb 


69 


84 


Wingate 


76 


57 


Belmont Abbey 


74 


98 


Coker 


63 


61 


Pfeiffer 


68 


67 


Elon 


85 


59 


High Point 


73 


67 


Pembroke 


88 


65 


Pfeiffer 


71 i 


89 


Lenior-Rhyne 


83 


72 


Guilford 


55 


97 


Elon 


79 


59 


Pfeiffer 


71 


71 


High Point 


70 


61 


Gardner-Webb* 


76 


65 


Lenior-Rhyne 


75 


93 


Atlantic Christian 


68 


64 


Pembroke State 


59 


67 


Wingate 


58 


51 


Belmont Abbey 


75 


77 


Guilford 


70 


*58 


High Point 


46 


*63 


Pfeiffer 


62 


•58 


Lenior-Rhyne 

•denotes Carolinas Conference 
tournament game. 


62 ! 



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pic 1. A time out game plan during the Carolinas Confer- 
ence. 
pic 2. Ed Fowler on the drive for a layup. 



The 1984-1985 Catawba Indian's Basket- 
ball team had an up and down season. The 
Indians started the season with a three game 
winning streak. They then proceeded to lose 9 
of the next 1 1 games. The Indians went on to 
close out their season by winning 10 of the 
last 15 games and to even their record at 15- 
15. With that record the Indians were able to 
advance to the Carolinas Conference Tourna- 
ment. Catawba won two of the three Confer- 
ence games, losing to arch-rival Lenior-Rhyne 
by a 62-58 margin. The team's drive came 
from Ed Fowler, 14.8 points per game, and 
Derrick Tucker, 12.7 points per game. The 
Indians will see only four of their players gra- 
duate and are looking forward to the Confer- 
ence games next year. 



Sports 215 




pic I. Jeff Freiburger rips down a rebound on defense against LeniorRhyne. 
pic 2. Andrew Mitchell has his sights set on a slam dunk. 
pic 3. Jeff Freiburger with a short jumper over the defense. 




Sports 217 



THE 1984-1985 TEAM: 

Phil Absher 

Ted Bransfield 

Dan Daly 

Mark Domske 

Walt Fallen! 

Ken Fernandez 

Steve Flood 

David Folmar 

Billy Gamble 

Jim Gnatt 

Kris Huffman 

David Jordan 

Scottie Kimble 

Rich Landis 

Derek Latham 

Ken Love 

Dave Mathewson 

Chris McGuirt 

Fred Moore 

Jerry Page 

Bill Patriss 

James Robinson 

Roger Sigmon 





■— ?-"—■■!. I-, 1 1 ,,m 



The 1984-1985 Baseball 
team ended the season with a 
9-20 overall record. The Indians 
finished 5-11 in the Carolinas 
Conference and were led by 
senior Bill Patriss. Bill Patriss 
set a new Catawba all-time ca- 
reer home run record of 38 
runs. Patriss and Jeff Simpson 
led the team in batting with 
.345 and .323 averages respec- 
tively. The Catawba pitching 
staff was led by Kris Huffman 
with a 3-2 record. The future 
looks bright for the Indian base- 
ball team who had only four 



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SCOREBOARD 




Catawba 




Opponent ! ; 


1 


ASU 


7 


4 


aso 


10 


7 


ASU 


8 


4 


ASU 


8 


5 


Mt. Union 


4 


6 


Mt. Union 





5 


Guilford 


16 


3 


Wingate 


10 


5 


Guilford 


10 


3 


Atlantic Christian 


2 





Atlantic Christian 


10 


2 


Wake Forest 


14 


4 


Elon 


6 


9 


Wingate 


7 


3 


High Point 


4 


6 


Elon 


8 


6 


High Point 


4 


5 


Pembroke State 


8 


6 


Pembroke State 


10 


7 


Lenior-Rhyne 


4 


4 


Lenior-Rhyne 


15 


5 


UNC-Charlotte 


15 


10 


Pfeiffer 


5 


7 


Gardner-Webb 


4 


7 


Gardner-Webb 


9 


6 


Pfeiffer 


12 


5 


UNC-Charlotte 


21 


14 


Mars Hill 


13 


3 


Mars Hill 


5 





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pic 1. A late catch behind first base. 

pic. 2. A small team celebration after a homerun. 

pic 3. The team warms up on outfield before the inning 




Sports 



1983-1984 CATAWBA BASEBALL TEAM 




Jay Aidredge 
Charlie Beatty 
Robert Brewer 
Robert Burke 
Gary Clawson 
Martin Coughenour 
Rich Drake 
Ken Fernandez 
Steve Flood 
Scott Floyd 
Chris Gibbs 
Kelly Gordy 
Terry Harwell 



Barry Hess 
David Jacobs 
Rich Landis 
Ken Love 
Ed Matthews 
Fred Moore 
Jerry Page 
Bill Patriss 
Fred Seagraves 
Robert Sparks 
Craig Stadther 
Sam Towne 






The 1984 Catawba College Baseball team 
record did not appear in last year's book due to 
the fact that it was a spring delivery book. This 
year We are able to report on both the 1983-84 
and the 1984-85 team because of our new fall 
delivery. 

I fThe 1984 baseball team compiled a 13-24 
overall record. The Indians finished 5-8 in the 
Carolinas Conference. The Indian's team was 
cfached by Jim Dehart and Ron Raper. The 
team was led by Charlie Beatty 's .504 batting 
average and .902 slugging percentage. Bill Pa- 
triss Brought his career home run total to 31, 
fhree shyof s the all-time record. The Catawba 
Pitching Staff was led by Fred Seagraves, 4-3 
4.80 ERA, followed by Ken Love 4-6 5.49 ERA, 
and Jerry Page 3-2 5.89 ERA. 




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Sports 221 








SCOREBOARD 






Catawba 


Opponent 


Catawba 


Opponent 


9 


N.C. A & T 5 


3 


Gardner-Webb 





13 


Wingate 


12 


Gardner-Webb 


2 ! 


1 


Pfeiffer 2 


12 


N.C. AST 


1 


| 3 


ASU 6 


9 


N.C. AST 


8 


! 4 


Winston-Salem 3 


3* 


Elon 


1 


13 


ASU 3 


13* 


Elon 


3 


13 


Winston-Salem 12 


2* 


Guiford 


1 


8 


UNC-Charlotte 5 


6* 


Guiford 





5 


CINC-Charlotte 3 


1 


Mars Hill 





3 


Campbell 4 


12 


Mars Hill 


1 


11 


Campbell 5 


1** 


Wingate 


2 


1 


ASG 4 


4** 


Pembroke State 


2 


1 


ASU 2 


5** 


Pfeiffer 


2 


1* 


Pfeiffer 5 


4** 


Pfeiffer 


2 


8* 


Pfeiffer 7 


2 


UNC-Charlotte 


3 


6* 


Wingate 3 


8 


UNC-Charlotte 


3 


12* 


Wingate 


12 


N.C. A & T 


2 


8* 


Lenior-Rhyne 


5 


N.C. A & T 


2 


6* 


Lenior-Rhyne 5 


6+ + 


Campbell 


5 


19* 


Pembroke State 2 


8+ + 


Pfeiffer 


1 


3* 


Atlantic Christian 2 


6+ + 


Pfeiffer 


7 


11* 


Atlantic Christian 10 


7+ + 


Pfeiffer 


2 




*Carolinas Con 


erence ga 


Tie 






** Carolinas Conf. Tournament 






+ +NAIA District Tournament 






iporfs 



Kneeling — Amanda Bowers, Kim Mair. Cathy Bryan, Charlotte 
Bailey, Leisa Hepler, Dodie McKee. Sitting — Doris Hepler, Lori 
Bowen, Cindy Koch, pic 2. — Nan and Cecil win Coaches of the 
year. 




A WINNING 
TEAM 

The 1985 Softball team ended the season with only eight losses 
and eight forfeits for a total of 29 wins. Their overall record was 
29-16. They were 13T in the Carolinas Conference and 17-7 in 
their district, district 26. Pitcher Charlotte Bailey had a 3-7 record 
excluding forfiets. The team had 43 home runs, 14 of which come 
from the efforts of Lynn Nance. The teams success was due to 
hard work, team work, talent, and great coaching! 





pic I. Pitcher Charlotte Bailey doing what she 
does best, pict 2. Darryl Grubb up at bat. 



Sports 223 




pic 1. Vonda Martin slides in 
safe! pic 3. The team cele- 
brates their Championship. 



;ports 



Basketball . . . Fun!! 



Football . . Fun!! 




Sports 225 



GENERAL 
INDEX 

AaAaAaA 

ADMINISTRATION — 
President 26 
Officers 27 
Admissions 28 
Athletic Department 28 
Business Office 29 
Bookkeeping 29 
Book Store 30 
Career Planning 30 
Campus Ministry 30 
Dean Knott's Office 31 
Departmental Secretaries 31 
Development 32 
Finance and Budget 33 
Financial Aide 34 
Health 35 

Planning and Academic Services 35 
Library Staff 36 
President's Office 37 
Registrar's Office 37 
Student Center 38 

ADVERTISEMENTS 113, 114-115, 116 
AIRBANDS 16 
ALPHAS 76 
ARROWHEAD 66-67 
AWARDS 54-55 

BbBbBbB 

BANDS 90-91 
BASEBALL 218-221 
BASKETBALL, MEN'S 214-217 
BASKETBALL, WOMEN'S 212-213 
BLUE MASQUE 78-79 



CcCcCcC 

CANDIDS 53, 188-189, 227-231 
CATAWBA GUIDES 70-71 
CHANNEL 9 VISIT 10 
CHEERLEADING 198-199 
CHOIRS 88-89 
COMPUTER SCIENCE CLUB 82 

FfFfFfF 

FACULTY — 

Art 40 

Biology 39 

Chemistry 40 

Education 42 

English 43 

Foreign Language 44 

History 45 

Math and Computer Science 466 

Military Science 45 

Music 47 

Physical Education and Recreation 48 

Political Science 49 

Psychology and Religion 49 

Sociology and Social Work 50 

Speech 51 

Theatre 52 
FCA 77 

FIELD HOCKEY 200-201 
FOOTBALL 192-197 
FOUNDERS DAY 17 
FUND BUSTERS 15 

GgGgGgG 

GRADUATION 20-23 

HhHhHhH 

HISTORIC SALISBURY 14, 103-104-105, 108- 

109 
HOMECOMING 8-9 
HOUSE COUNCILS 186-187 



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Iililil 

INTRAMURALS 11 

JjJjJjJ 

JIM MARTIN'S VISIT 12 

KkKkKkK 

KAPPA DELTA PI 81 

MmMmMmM 

MAY DAY 18-19 

MEMORIUM 3 

MUD BOWL 11, 225, 229 

NnNnNnN 

NORTH CAROLINA 106-107 
NIGHT LIFE 112 

OoOoOo 

OCTOBER TOUR 110-111 
OUTING CLUB 76 

PpPpPpP 

PATRONS 102 
FBA 86-87 
PERFORMING ARTS — 

Cloud 9 124 

Come back to the 5 & Dine 

Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean 125 

Hair 120-121 

Hamlet 123 

Imaginery Invalid 122 

Weve Always Lived in a Castle 124 

Who's Afraid Of Virginia Woolfe 125 

Wings 123 
PHI EPSILON 80 



RrRrRrR 

RESIDENTS LIFE STAFF 169 

RESIDENTS OF — 
Abernethy 128-131 
Claremont 132-133 
Foil House 134-135 
North Hall 136-141 
Not Pictured 171-172 
Off Campus 142-149 
Pine-Knott 150-151 
Salisbury-Rowan 152-157 
Woodson Hall 158-165 
Artman Hall 166-168 



SAYAKINI 68-69 

SCIENCE CLUB 83 

SENIOR CANDIDS 98-99 

SENIOR DIRECTORY 172-174 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION 

58-59, 60-61, 74-75 
SNOW 13 
SOCCER 202-207 
SOFTBALL 222-224 
SUGARCREEK 15 

TtTtTtT 

TENNIS 208-209 

VvVvVvV 

VOLLEYBALL 210-211 

WwWwWwW 

WANTU-WANZURIE 92-83 
WHO'S WHO 173-185 
WNDN 62-63 



TV 



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CATAWBA 




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pic 3. Paige Miller working hard on her game 



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iosing 




Closing/231 



4 i 

OMWAKE 
DEARBORN 

CHAPEL 




as once satd by the doors 



HIS IS THE END 



My only frieH 



OMWAKE 

DEARBORN 

CHAPEL 




THE END" 





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Laura Ashley — 


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Rick Anderson — assistant 


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Faculty 


Mary Dooley — editor 


Sandra Consantino — Ad Editor 




Kim Cromwell — assistant 


Bob Mazzoni — 


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Laura Ashley — editor 
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Mike Williams — editor 


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